We had a nice set menu lunch, $20, food was very good and service even better. Next time we will try for dinner.
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This restaurant is WELL PAST its prime but still among the most expensive in CG. The food is hit and miss, mostly miss. How in the world could they serve a bland lubina? And the gazpacho was so thin it must’ve been poured through a...More
We came upon this restaurant on the plaza. Best Mojito ever. Cuban Mojito I was told, Alex, told us how he made it as he was making sure we liked it. Food was great. Fresh and flavorful.
We brought two guests from out of town to your restaurant on Friday night (3/16/18) and left very disappointed. Specifically we had chicken soup which was ok, though the chicken in mine was rubbery. My wife has a seafood soup which she enjoyed. The for...More
La Dorada used be excellent!! Today stills being very pricey and the food is great... however, service, details and bathrooms are not even a bit of what used to be... pls save it!!!!
Amazing food- great flavors and good service! Loved the prefix menu just make sure you go before 8 to take advantage as it’s amazing food for a great price.
Tried this place out for lunch. Noticed all the 1 star reviews but decided to go ahead anyway. Boy should we have followed the advice on the reviews... the lettuce in the salad was wilted, the Sangria was loaded with sugar, the Parrilla overcooked and...More
Fine-dining white tablecloth restaurant on the now pedestrianized portion of Giralda Avenue. Street parking or car park nearby. Took the economical prix fixe dinner comprising an excellent bean, cabbage and sausage soup; corvina with a putanesca style dressing; pleasant and light rice pudding. Very good...More
From the outside, this restaurant located on a side street in Coral Gables is not too inviting. However, once you are inside, you will be sampling one of the best Spanish restaurants of Miami. Every dish is deliciously prepared and served with real professional joy....More
My banker took me to this restaurant the first time earlier this year for lunch and I couldn't wait to go back and try the fish cooked in salt. Old school and beyond delicious, the chef insisted we try his soup of the day and...More