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“Good food but dress warm”

The Bazaar by Jose Andres
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Ranked #38 of 1,157 Restaurants in Miami Beach
Price range: $31 - $50
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Good for: Romantic
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Dinner, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: 17th Street
Description: The Bazaar by José Andrés, the world-renowned restaurant from the culinary icon, makes its Miami debut with a vibrant mix of sophisticated cuisine and playful indoor and outdoor lounge spaces. Dining transcends into fête extraordinaire as guests enjoy a collection of imaginative culinary experiences that offer pioneering delicacies and delicious libations. A story in contrasts, The Bazaar menu blends tradition and ingenuity in true Spanish style and mixes them with influences from South Beach’s local Latin flavors and rich history.
Reviewed September 2, 2014 via mobile

If you've never been to a good tapas place then this will be an experience. There is also a good fusion mix and twists on old favorites. My only knock is the place was so frigid we rushed thru our meal a little bit which was unfortunate because these are dishes to savor. Service is also good.

3  Thank Kevin S
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Reviewed September 2, 2014

Pleasure to be in Miami Beach for Labor Day Weekend. Monday morning met friends at the SLS Hotel for brunch at The Bazaar by Jose Andres. Best priced and tasting quality brunch on the Beach! Tropical fruits, carrot muffins, and my favorite drink horchata. Ramon was a terrific, informative, friendly server.....the best...excellent job, thanks Ramon.

After brunch had a little time poolside and once again were impressed with the friendly employees of SLS. Damian made us feel like royalty, great to see a friendly smiling face when traveling.

Will be back soon!

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3  Thank jack a
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Reviewed September 1, 2014

I have such mixed feelings about this place, which is housed in the trendy SLS Hotel in South Beach.

First, the horrible table: We were seated at probably the worst table I've ever had in any restaurant anywhere. It was a small two-top at the very front of the restaurant, in a bar area outside of the main dining room, and just inside the main entrance to the hotel itself. Really, truly just inside the hotel's front door. The foot traffic was unbelievably heavy, and I could feel the steady parade of hotel guests and restaurant patrons right at my back throughout dinner. They should get rid of this table; it's just unfair to be paying the same prices as everyone else if you are seated here. In terms of atmosphere, it's a hideous experience.

The food was mostly great, especially the smaller dishes of gazpacho, Singaporean kueh pai ti crispy dumplings, and tomato-and-anchovy toasts, as well as a slightly more ample and perfectly prepared octopus. These were, in fact, sublime. The briny flavors of the Black Rossejat, a paella-style dish prepared with squid-ink angel hair instead of rice, were almost ruined by the ridiculously salty dollops of mayonnaise that dotted the top of the dish. The "cubano," Mr. Andres's tribute to the legendary sandwich served at Miami's famed Cafe Versailles, was a minuscule science experiment that made you say "wow, this tastes just like a Cuban sandwich," and then the mess of puffy pastry, liquidy cheese, chopped pickles, and ham was just unsatisfying. The baby Japanese peaches with burrata was a revelation in that it introduced to me the delicious star ingredient, but its perfumy peachiness was overpowered by the olive-oil croutons, hazelnut cream, and zaatar spice used as accompaniments to the cheese.

Service by Ian was superb, as was the confident and unpretentious assistance of the sommelier. I would definitely go back for more of Jose Andres's smart culinary novelties, but insist that I sit at another table.

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2  Thank travelerhnl
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Reviewed August 30, 2014

We went for a celebratory birthday and it was everything we wanted. A hopping environment with incredible food and drink. I love the exotic northern Spanish options. Things I had never even heard of. Especially the black squid ink paella. Wow! The pork belly sliders are a must!

1  Thank OakleighWaits
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Reviewed August 28, 2014

Run, don't walk to this restaurant. As a vegetarian, I think its hard to find excellent meals at trendy restaurants. Bazaar was an exception to this rule is actually amazing. I would highly recommend, one of the best meals I have ever had.

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2  Thank PacmanSanDiego
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