I've eaten at Eclipse di Luna twice with my daughter and grandson. We've eaten both times in the covered outdoor area, not inside, and we love the atmosphere. I love to share tapas because I prefer appetizers to large main courses so if you're the same way, you'll like this restaurant. This time, we shared the Ensalada de Manzana, a nice large portion good for two and delicious, Lightly Fried Green Beans and Sea Salt (yum), Pimientos Rellenos con Queso de Cabra, also delicious and delicate but only two in the order and wanted more, Brocheta de Chorizo which are dates and chorizo wrapped in bacon with some bleu cheese, a great combo of sweet and spicy, Patatas Bravas, very nice potatoes, and then we shared the Pescado Rostizado Roasted Whole Fish of the Day with Garlic, Shallots, Herb Oil and Lemon, which was delicious as well. It takes 20 minutes or more to prepare and is very fresh and moist. Sounds like a lot of food for two women and a 1 year old, but we ate it all, didn't leave feeling too full and it was very reasonably priced, too. There are a lot of other great items on the menu....next time some of those. Another plus is that it's on Miami Circle which has great art galleries, antiques and rugs, so a great place to have a meal after looking at all those shops.
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