Reviews on International food in Coral Gables, Florida, United States. Boasting almost exclusively Mediterranean Revivalist buildings and urban planning following the City Beautiful movement, Coral Gables is an elegantly laid out, pedestrian-friendly city boasting tropical foliage, charming boutiques and architectural grandeur. Historic landmarks such as the Biltmore Hotel and Merrick House provide a document of the history of the City Beautiful, while the crystalline Venetian Pool provides relaxation in a setting of exquisite beauty.
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4 based on 377 reviews
Berries is a charming neighborhood restaurant serving some the freshest food in South Florida. Dine al fresco and enjoy our daily happy hour specials and exquisite menu. Berries is the perfect place for friends and family to meet and eat!
Berries delivered as we hoped as well all enjoyed our brunch. I shared a tuna wrap with my wife. Our daughter had the mushroom omlet and her boyfriend had a mexican omlet. Everything was delicious and more than ample in size and quality. Service was excellent and prices were fair.
4 based on 77 reviews
For the first time we went to âCardon y el Tiranoâ a restaurant in calle 8 in Miami. It was a good surprise, nice and cozy restaurant, food is non-common an excellent: We ate picadillo cigars, yuca balls, shrimp and chorizo and mahi chicharron, all were excellent. Food is a fuse from the Caribbean, Peru, Asia and Latin America. We will go back
4 based on 696 reviews
Lulu in the Grove is a funky neighborhood joint with a sophisticated vibe featuring globally influenced seasonal cuisine and infused drinks. Neighborfood.Lulu is a vision of what an outdoor sidewalk restaurant should be, where Commodore meets Main Highway
We went for brunch, a group of 6. It took forever to get drinks and appetizers and much longer for the food. When it finally arrived, my omelet and the bread were cold and other diners' plates were really small and lacking (the Lulu benedict was tiny and had only small slivers of chorizo). A small piece of baguette was extra and $5, the check far higher than the food and service we received. The server was nice but rushed and very overworked. It was also very hot inside the restaurant, unbearable at the end. The atmosphere is nice and itÂ´s the grove, but we won't be back. I appreciate your feedback that helps us improve, and am truly sorry your experience was not as it should, and sincerely apologize.Please do reach out to me next time you are in the Grove so I can try make this up to you.Best,
4 based on 78 reviews
Lunch and dinner, with an American flair, on the third floor of a Neiman Marcus store.
We were very disappointed in Mariposa. Went for lunch (at 3:00PM) with friends. The servers rushed us. The bread plates were filthy. We didn't finish the lobster bisque and they were standing there with our entrees. They never brought our wine that we ordered. And they took away two of our friend's dishes before we were all finished. We ordered the crab salad. It was just OK (for $30?). The chicken in the sandwich was overcooked and tasted like cardboard. We sent back the lobster roll (not Maine lobster). The special salad with burnt crab cake and two tiny shrimp were terrible. The burger was well done. (ordered it medium) We couldn't complain because there was no one to complain to. And this is a Neiman Marcus' restaurant? There are many other restaurants in this mall that are much, much better. We won't be back.
4 based on 262 reviews
Between the inviting decor, excellent service, and that killer menu, we had a superb brunch!Small and intimate. Friendly and hospitable staff. And a winner menu. We had the eggs Benedict, salmon toast, tatar tots, and the green salad with chicken. Amazing, all!! Their IPA was tasty. Canât wait to go back!
4 based on 486 reviews
Miami's first Food Network's 'Chopped' champion was Ortanique on the Mile. That's Coral Gables ' famed Mircle Mile'. The senery is beautiful, the weather is always great, the decor of the restaurant is Caribbean. They have a seasoned staff and fine dining menu. Have unsweet tea, a rum marinated pork chop, and a tropical fruit flambe.
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