Fodor's Expert Review eating house
Check your calorie counter at the door when you enter the hippest eatery in Coral Gables. The ever-changing small-plates menu teems with extreme culinary innovation and unexpected flavor combinations. Perhaps begin with the fried cauliflower with lime cream and cotija cheese, followed by chicken "foie-ffles”—fried chicken, foie gras, and waffles smothered with candied bacon, maple syrup, and ranch dressing. Desserts are equally amazing. The famous "dirt cup" indeed resembles a soil-filled flowerpot. However, these roots are made of pretzels, hazelnuts, and tierra nueva chocolate ice cream; the "soil" is a mountain of crushed Oreos—and yes, that is a gummy worm in the soil, adding a wonderfully campy touch to this creative dish. This micro-restaurant sports long wait times, but you’ll be talking about your meal here for months to come.
804 Ponce de León Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33134, USA
- \"dirt cup\" dessert
- Innovative cuisine
- Foodie crowd
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