That’s right! The best Turkish food in Miami is from Shiraz Bistro and Market. Not only that, but it also boasts the best Persian food in Miami as well. So why haven’t you heard of it?It’s hidden away off US-1 near Dadeland mall in the outskirts of Kendall. The strip mall this culinary gem is nestled in is easily passed by without a second glance. That why so many of us don’t know of it’s existence. Shiraz used to be owned by a local Persian family. Back in those days the food was amazing, but the drab looks of the space wasn’t too appealing. Thankfully, now under new management, the Turkish owners took the time to revamp the space. It has a rustic modern and casual vibe. The perfect match for any serious foodie.
Last week we got the chance to check out Baby Jane’s new “Unplugged Lunch” concept. It invites it’s guest to check their phones at the door and receive a “bucket o’ fun.” Not only does this make for an interesting lunch but the food is amazing as well. Oh, and you get a complementary craft
Earlier this week I had the chance to check out Sliderz Restaurant. Cool new concept located in North Miami. Check out my review for Sliderz Restaurant. Sliderz Breakdown Location 1817 NE 123rd St North Miami, FL 33181 Their flagship restaurant is located in North Miami inside a shopping plaza (under LA Fitness) but they are opening
I’ve grown really fond of Green Plate Asian Bistro. I stumbled upon it one day on yelp, I honestly don’t remember why. I used to work in Doral and I had my “go-to” sushi places so I don’t remember why this place called my attention. Either way, I was instantly hooked to Green Plate Asian
Last Friday, there was a Downtown Miami Midday Dance Break hosted by Perrier and FlavorPill. They gave us a break from the midday norms by providing a complementary cocktail, a lunch goodie bag, and some beats to dance the ‘itis away. I was lucky enough to have the day off so I was able to check
R House Wynwood is a neat concept restaurant plus art gallery. It’s a hard to maneuver space, with tables scattered everywhere and waiters scrambling between them. You are always encourage to browse their ever-changing art collections. I was previously introduced to this restaurant during a food tour and while I remember clearly the Short Rib
I finally got to check out Tacos And Tattoos. This great taco spot is located in Kendall. An area that really needs more great eating options. Here’s the Miami Food Authority’s review on Tacos And Tattoos.
Snooping around the area we found a new coffee house, Grind Coffee Project. This legit coffee spot is located in Kendall in a hidden shopping center across from Miami Dade College. This area that has sparse options outside of Starbucks and Cuban coffee. Here’s the Miami Food Authority’s review on Grind Coffee Project.