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A concept created by restaurateur David Foulquier, Fooq’s brings a new definition to comfort food that sparks the sentiment of feeling right at home. The farm-to-kitchen fare at Fooq’s, features international menu selections inspired by global travels and Persian-French heritage. With its bright and airy interior, the charming restaurant is a vibe-driven zone complemented by distinct hospitality.
Now through September 30, we've temporarily paused Fooq's food menu to bring you the Lil' Laos Laos pop up restaurant, a concept by Sakhone Sayarath and her husband chef Curtis Rhodes. Lil’ Laos brings to life Southeast Asian fare with bold flavors, aromatic scents, and spicy punches that are guaranteed to thrill your taste buds. Lil' Laos is open for takeout and delivery only Tuesday-Saturday from 12-8pm.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
Fooq's Burger 2.0
Double Patty (Brisket, Skirt Steak, Short Rib Blend), American Cheese, Onion, Pickle, Fooq's Sauce, Frites
The food was amazing, as usual, and the service impeccable. Definitely worth every penny. Outdoor patio is charming but it’s a bit too hot & muggy, with some bugs, on a warm night.
Very good food, service and ambiance
FooQs is one of the best kept secrets in Miami. The food is amazing and the ambience is cool. Extreme high quality an amazing wine List
This is my second time eating here and the quality of the food and service has remained consistent, even though this second time was after the social distancing changes. The Fooq's burger and the Carbonara might be tied as my favorites on the menu. Delicious! Will definitely be back again.
Don’t question it. Just go- you won’t regret it! Food is excellent, servers were attentive and kind and ambiance was cozy.
This is an excellent restaurant in every way. And cocktails at the corner bar after. Perfect Miami spot with old school neighborhood feel.
We selected Fooq's because it was walking distance from the Arscht Center and were more than pleasantly surprised. Warm, inviting interior, friendly and efficient service, and delicious food. I wish they had another location in Boca so we could go more often. Will definitely visit again the next time we go to a show or a concert in that neighborhood.
Food was good! The Brussels sprouts were my fave!
Nicely done...everything was excellent. Quite a unique mix on the menu...good walking distance to the Arsht Centet too! Though wish they had a full bar...no biggie though.
The decor was cute, the menu looked promising but the food was just okay. I ordered the local catch and the dish was just so salty, even the tomatoes which I hoped would cut the saltiness were salty. the fresh bread was okay and the babaganoush didn’t blow my mind. My friend seemed to like the stuffed eggplant though. The Persian sundae was refreshing and a nice way to wrap the meal.
sit outside! it’s one of my favorite restaurants in miami! i’ve been going back multiple times now!!! bucatini is the best, though I’m almost certain they made the portion smaller
Great vibe to this place. Their tag line says it all: Feel Good Food.
Their hummus and various breads were excellent. Also the burrata with beets, etc.
I had the bucatini amatriciana, which was perfect! Chocolate mousse to finish.
Cosy, casual restaurant. Consistent with some of the other reviews I’ve read, the starters were much better than the main courses.
BEST BRUNCH IN MIAMI!!!
Delicious food with flavours that wake up your palate, in a nice home-y vibe, and friendly and attentive service! Definitely going back!
I was very disappointed by this spot. The food wasn’t worth the price and the Persian dishes were not on point. I’m definitely not coming back.
One positive was the service was good that’s about it. And the Brussels sprouts were yum. To leave it a on a good note :)
everything was delicious!
This was our second time at Fooq’s. The gormeh sabzi is really the only thing on the menu worth ordering. The cauliflower salad was tiny and tasted like water - I think they forgot to add the citrus in the citrus dressing; the sabzi salad was $7 for not even a full handful of herbs; the barbari bread would have been good if it had been cooked properly. We are in the restaurant industry and just felt like we got completely ripped off. We will not be returning
Went with my wife and we really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere. Took my mom and she really enjoyed it as well. We are in the food industry in Miami and we always get excited to find hidden gems like Fooq's.
Dinner was fine. Moved us outside (on Miami Ave) and did not tell me until 2 hours before so could not get alternative reservation.
I’ve been a few times and it never ever disappoints! The food is so fresh and delicious! Portions are large and service is wonderful. It’s a perfect place to go after the theater (which is about 5 min away by car). Can’t recommend it enough!
Excellent meal - fresh and delicious food.
I arrived 10min early for a 7pm reservation. As I walked up from the parking lot I passed a dumpster with trash everywhere, old tables, bikes, chairs, trash scattered. I walked inside to check in and was not given a choice to outside or inside because they had a huge party so I was sat outside, stones through from the trash. I ordered meatballs, beets, and trio dip. Meatballs were cold and didn’t have a lot of flavor, the dips were ‘ok’, beets were good, with a glass of wine. Gratuity was included which brought my total bill to $74 for cold meatballs (3), beets and dip.
We brought our friends from New Jersey to experience our local gem, Fooq’s for Valentines dinner.
Disappointing service on Valentine’s Day - took us 45 minutes to get our appetizers to the table. Food was great and the waiter was nice enough about it, but inexplicable wait times on a day where it would
Have been easy to anticipate busy crowd was disappointing, especially on our first time there.
If this isn’t the best restaurant in Miami then I don’t know what is... place is just incredible time and time again
After having buccatini pasta at Sunday brunch, which we had many times prior, we were so disappointed in it's not being what it was. We braved it and ordered it recently at dinner. It is back to what it was. Whoever might act as Sunday brunch 2nd in line chef needs a bit more training. David owner was sweet in sharing with us their Persian lamb stew when I had mentioned missing one of their other stews that was no longer on the menu. Very sweet and delicious
We’ve been coming since day 1 and this place just keeps getting better. Outstanding service, with lots of familiar faces, and a deliciously unique blend of flavors varying from Persian to European. Killer wine list with cult favorite wines and a strong selection of natural wines and growers champagne!
I’ve been coming to fooqs for the past 4 years, and they have proven to be an institution. Menu changes never disappoint, and it’s impressive what they do with such a small space. I love this place and even if sometimes some things are out, it’s the name of the game with farm to table spots. Keep it up
Incredible service. Jordan was so nice and helpful.
This was probably the worst dining experience I have had in years. Service abysmal. Ambiance terrible. Food unexceptional. Prices too high.
I celebrated a special occasion here, and it was just the right combination of excellent food and service with a cozy atmosphere. It felt intimate but not crowded, upscale but not fussy.
We were able to eat at a leisurely pace as we ordered several courses, stretching our meal for a few hours.
The waitress and kitchen staff were very understanding and accommodating of dietary restrictions.
It had been a while since I had visited Fooq’s. Just as good as ever. Consistently high quality dining in a laid back and cozy environment. Great place to get together with friends or take a date.
This was our third and final visit to Fooqs. There is always an issue with the menu items. At this visit, they were out of 2 of the three spreads from their appetizers. Then we ordered 2 bottles of wine from their wine list and they were out of both. Only to suggest a $15 more expensive bottle without offering even a 10% discount. The waitstaff was also very unfriendly, not apologetic whatsoever and just downright pathetic. Not visiting ever again if I have the choice.
Slim menu, but all is delicious. Unpretentious, friendly, high quality.
The somewhat disorganized staff made us wait 45minutes beyond our reservation time
After finally being seated, they took 25 minutes to bring us appetizer
Food did not merit the long wait
This was my second time at Fooq’s. The food has been good both times, but the service was really bad this time around. In particular, we tried to order a bread to have with out trio of spreads and our waitress kept promising us it was “almost finished” and after over an hour it never came. We ended up spending almost 2 hours at the restaurant and it really left a negative impression on our experience.
Our group of four loved the food and particularly the lamb stew and Brussel sprouts. The service was a bit scattered, many things we had to ask for 3-4 times and one appetizer came out after the entree's. I realize the kitchen is small and that can slow down the pace of food, but having to ask multiple times for more water or a menu isn't right.
Best restaurant in Miami
The food was fresh and the wine was great. Fantastic place to get together with friends. Cozy place
Fooq's does offer delivery in partnership with Postmates and Uber Eats. Fooq's also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (786) 536-2749.
Fooq's is rated 4.5 stars by 549 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.