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23rd of October 2017

Miami’s restaurants are regularly raising in quality, variety, and numbers, due to its large, ever growing population of international locals and tourists.

Miami is an amazing city that known for many things. The city is associated with the creation of the art deco architecture, trendy and ritzy nightlife, shoppers paradise as well as miles of hot, sandy beaches. People tend not to recognize is the great dining in the city. Many prominent restaurants in Miami tempt and tend to the most delicate taste-buds with food from all over the world.

The city is very pleased of its uniqueness when it comes to food selection. With an International community, the restaurants in Miami offer most cuisines that comes to the mind. It is the perfect opportunity for tourists and travelers as well to enjoy in exotic delicatessen.

There are restaurants in Miami serving cuisine from Chinese to American, French, Brazilian, Indian, Mexican, African, Greek, Spanish, Japanese, Vegetarian, Vietnamese and many more.

Azul – Located at 500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami. Situated in Miami’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Azul offers a variety of international plates that you can enjoy in a romantic and exquisite atmosphere. Azul offers a beautiful views of the Miami bay area as you enjoy the divine dishes of Chef Clay Conley. Clay Conley’s upscale cuisine brings an Asian twist to classic Mediterranean flavors at Azul.

Setai – Located at 2001 Collins Avenue, Miami. One of the most visually stunning establishments in South Beach. Features special architecture such as luxury seating and an indoor courtyard with sunken ponds. Take a moment to enjoy the restaurant’s expansive exhibition kitchen and watch as your meal is prepared in front of you. The restaurant is known for its ethnic cuisine.

Pearl – Located at 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Pearl is an intensely stylish restaurant and Miami nightclub with a perfect ambiance. Just think about a large, low-ceiling room done entirely in orange and white, with polka-dot tables, and a wall of bubbling water. This restaurant is ideal to relax while having a delightful meal.

Cafe Prima Pasta – Located at 414 71st Street, Miami. This recommended Italian restaurant frequently wins top billing from a variety of Miami restaurant polls. Try to visit this restaurant and you’re bound to find some appealing homemade pasta, chicken and veal dishes.

Capital Grill - Located at 444 Brickell Avenue, just across the bridge from the Convention Center. The Capital Grille is one of the nation’s premier steakhouse chains, offering a wide variety of steaks, seafood and specialty dishes designed to please every taste.

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