1524 Northwest 79th Street Causeway Miami, FL 33141
This established restaurant has loyal clientele with its sushi bar, excellent food and service. Staff and guests alike will tell you the Thai cuisine at Siam Bayshore is some of the best in the county. Savory and delicious, the entrees are simply irresistible. For diners who desire a different kind of appetizer or entree, the sushi is good, just not as much of a tradition. Pleasant surroundings and comfortable seating make this spot well worth a visit.
An overwhelming array of both Chinese and American dishes tempts diners at this Sunny Isles favorite dining spot. The price for the buffet varies from USD7.50 for weekday lunch to USD16.95 for dinner on weekends. Although the restaurant is casual, you should not count on getting a table quickly without a reservation. The place gets quite packed, especially on weekends, a sure sign of the good quality food and service here.
Each of China's major regions is represented on the menu of this popular south Miami institution called the New Chinatown. The selection of chicken, beef, and pork dishes is numerous and varied, and unusual seafood choices are usually featured. Prices average at USD12 per dish. This is a no-frills restaurant so there is no need to dress up or make reservations. Just enjoy your meal served family style. You'll probably have enough to take home for a snack.
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Although you can find great pastas, soups and other un-grilled foods at this Argentine eatery called Tango Grill, the majority of choices are char-grilled and delicious. Grilled steak and chicken sandwiches cost about USD6.99, while an entire meal, including beverage and tip, will only cost about $20. The staff is friendly, helpful, and eager to make suggestions. While you're dining, you can enjoy the tropical setting of this lovely restaurant by the ocean.
At House of India, you will find all the flavorful delicacies that make Indian cuisine famous. Curries, tandoori, and naan bread are perfectly prepared. If you have a hard time making decisions, take advantage of the lunch buffet, available daily for cheap prices. The ambiance is semi casual and the food more than makes up for the not so carefully decorated interiors.
As the name indicates, this restaurant offers Milanese fare, and it's very good. The secluded and well shaded, foliage-enclosed patio makes for a picturesque and pleasant atmosphere. Only a continental breakfast is served. Lunch and dinner entrees range from panini and pasta to grilled fish and beef dishes. A charming bistro in a busy district by the ocean, it's well worth a leisurely visit.
At Larios on the Beach, fabulous Cuban cuisine and al fresco dining combine to delight the senses. Owned by Miami's Gloria Estefan, Larios provides excellent stargazing opportunities, and not all the stars are in the sky. Situated on Ocean Drive in the very heart of South Beach, right across from the Atlantic, Larios is one of the hottest spots. Menu prices are reasonable and the typical Cuban fare is exceptional and quite varied. The ever-popular Arroz con Pollo chicken with rice and the breaded shrimp is fresh and flavorful.
A search for Indian food in Miami Beach will most likely lead you straight to the Shiva Indian Restaurant. This local gem offers soothing ambiance, delicious food both vegetarian and standard, at very reasonable prices. The crowd here tends to be young, although not trendy, as in other South Beach locales. Savory curries and a variety of flavorful sauces characterize the majority of Shiva's specialties. As with all Indian restaurants, flavor mixing leads to amazing new discoveries. Most menu items are moderately priced which makes this joint a must try for the authentic flavor of India right in Miami.
In a place like Miami Beach, there always seems to be crowds of people roaming about late at night. When a late-night snack is sought, T-Mex is the place to go. Formerly known as San Loco Taco this joint has just changed its name but manages to maintain its status by dishing up fresh, tasty tacos and burritos, in generous portions. Name your choice of meat, hot sauce, and tortilla, and you have a custom-made burrito. Just about everything on the menu costs a meager amount, something you will not see at most of the eateries on the beach.
Are you in the mood for good, cheap Mexican food without a hassle? Texas Taco is the place to find it. Texas Taco is extremely casual and offers simple food at budget prices. The restaurant is particularly known for the Fajitas chicken and steak, which cost such a meager amount that you wouldn't mind stuffing yourself a bit more than you can contain. You will also find a variety of Quesadillas, Tacos, Burritos, and other assorted Mexican goodies all prepared and served the authentic way yet in a completely American setting that lets you unwind and enjoy the food that you are eating.
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