Foodspotting in Miami
House of Food Porn
Where: 197 NW 62 Street, Miami, FL 33150-4566
The story of “Shushi” began in 1990 when, while still in high school, Francisco Antonio Blanco tasted sushi for the first time and fell in love with its unique taste profile and explosive flavors—and the notion was born that he might learn to make sushi while also saving money. In 2016, his dream of having a tasting room became a reality when he founded the House of Food Porn, in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood. There you’ll find Chef Franco Antonio creating his unique Shushi magic with his “Amicasa” style reservation-only tasting experiences.
Where: 668 NW 5th St, Miami, FL 33128-1622
CRUST offers a unique dining experience, starting with the structure itself: The 2,400sf standalone Art Deco building, formerly a private home built in the 1950s, has retained its original charm by way of elegant geometric lines, striking Deco columns, and a lofty 14-foot ceiling. Over the last three decades, veteran chef Kovaceski has accumulated enough tried-and-true recipes to keep everyone happy. Check them out for yourself!
Ferraro's Kitchen Restaurant & Wine Bar
Where: 1099 NE 79th St, Miami, FL 33138-4203
Igor Ferraro is a native of Venice (Italy), where, from an early age, he was introduced to the world of wines and genuine products by his father, a producer of wine in the area of Bassano del Grappa - distinguished for the production of the Asparago Bianco DOP and the most famous Grappa. In late Fall 2013, Igor Ferraro brought his Italian cuisine to the Restaurant "La Bottega in Miami" with the intention of bringing his Italian passion and experience of simple regional recipes using natural and top-quality Italian products.
Aromas del Peru
Where: 10201 Hammocks Blvd Suite 140, Miami, FL 33196-4712
Their menu includes traditional Creole cuisine, with classic style Aromas of Peru, as well as current innovations while respecting the classic. All of them, based on ancestral products so far consumed through the culinary diverse. Respect is given to their traditional food which was developed through the contributions of the Andean cultures, African, Chinese, European and others, which have become flavorful dishes.
Aromas del Peru
Where: 190 SE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33131-1002
The “gauchos” will go to the table with knives and a skewer, on which are speared various kinds of quality cuts of meat, like prime sirloin, beef ribs, lamb, chicken and many others. The dinner is provided with a colored card. Green, on one side, indicates to servers to bring more meat. Red, on the other side, indicates the opposite. With the Rodizio, you will be able to enjoy their Salad Bar along with the hot dishes. All you can eat. Hungry?
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