This restaurant has been in this location for years. We visited it many years ago and didn't like it. This time we were at The Falls and decided to go there just because... The garlic bread was mostly dry. The Fried Cheese was thin, too crispy, rubbery and too salty. The "Vuelve a la Vida" Ceviche with lime/tomato/cilantro sauce tasted like "sofrito". The Beef Medallions were good but the bacon in which they were wrapped was undercooked and slimy. The Baby Churrasco was tiny for the price - baby means small but this one was a newborn baby. We refused to order dessert or coffee and bring the evening to a close. There are plenty of places in Miami to eat rice, beans and plantains; and there are also great steakhouses - I personally don't see a reason to give this place another try. Something interesting is that the check gives you the suggestion of starting tipping at 18% (not 15%). Outrageous! - taking into consideration that our waiter was not even close to being friendly - he just went through the motions.
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