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About Neomi's - Trump International Beach Resort
Take a seat at Neomi’s for a showcase of modern American flavors. Our culinary team focuses on creating contemporary American cuisine with a fresh, modern twist. A delicious approach leads to a veritable fusion of flavors representing a melting pot of the people and places that surround us.
We created our menu around local flavors of South Florida, utilizing ingredients sourced from our soil, seafood caught in in the surrounding waters, and always with a sustainable friendly approach.
We’ve brought the outside in, dressing our indoor dining room with a sophisticated palette inspired by sandy beaches and blue skies. Or, dine out on the terrace, where you’ll be treated to a bright vantage point overlooking the resort’s waterfall and the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
This is how tropical escapes should taste.
Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 11:00 am
Breakfast Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Dinner Nightly: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Collins Ave. and 180th
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Guests dining at Neomi's enjoy complimentary valet.
Beer, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Neomi's - Trump International Beach Resort Ratings and Reviews
The food was great, our server was great and the overall experience was great! We went for Mother's Day brunch and the kids really enjoyed themselves as well between the flowers bouquets for mom and the design their eclair... the flowers were beautiful quality roses that are stilling going strong days later!
The place was almost empty, and the servers were attentive. The maitre D was great. The food was good, but not outstanding in prepartion, portion, flavor. The kitchen was glacially slow. The easiest item we'd ordered did not make it out until we were almost done eating. They were nice about it and comped us drinks, but I couldn't imagine what they'd do if it was actually busy!
We were there on a evening around 7:30 pm and we were the only people in the restaurant , so I was a little skeptical and even thought about leaving . We both had a salad and sandwich and the food was very good We sat outside and the sound of the surf was relaxing and the service was great . We enjoyed the meal and the very much and would return.
I called in the morning to double check the times of operations and the representative assured me That the restaurant will be open at the time I was planning to go. Upon arrival the Valet gent. Asked if I was checking in and I informed him i would be dinning in at Neomi's and he proceeded to welcoming me and directed me towards Neomi as wel as wished for me to enjoy my meal. Turns out Neomi was closed. At first I thought they had open only the terrace portion as I read online there was a possibility but that was not the case. Upon checking with the concierge after going back to the lobby the concierge informed me that Neomi has been closed for dinner during the summer because of a theme event that was taking place at their other restaurant and she proceeded to apologize. She also stated that I should not have been able to reserve a table through OpenTable at all but I showed her what happened. In reality I was going to call to place the reservation but decided to do it through OpenTable because Hotels Restaurant tend to have a "if we're on OpenTable you dont need to call us" attitude and look where it got me. Long drive for me, and almost lost my business opportunity due to the inconvenience!
The Service was excellent. The food was very good but I thought, for the price, the selection was limited and not quite what I expected. The ambiance was very nice and the Live Jazz exceptional. The parking is the only thing that truly diminished the experience. It was a very busy day and it took nearly a half hour to wait to be valet parked (the only apparent option) and another half hour or more, with two elderly Mom's, to wait for the car upon departure. Avoid a holiday and I suspect it might be better.
We came for Mother's Day. We had looked at the menu online for Sunday brunch, and it looked appealing . When we got there, we discovered the only choice was an all-you-can-eat buffet. We hadn't been told advance that the regular menu would not be available . The buffet was quite expensive, did not include eggs or omelets, and did not include a complimentary mimosa. It was too late to change venue on such a busy day. The service was slow (we only asked for OJ and tea). Overall we left disappointed .
Varied plentiful brunch buffet with a large variety of salads, cold seafoods, charcuterie,various meats and side dishes as well as an omelet station. Our only disappointment was in the quality and variety of desserts, tasted like out of the box with an ordinary array of the usual choices. Sophisticated dining room with a live combo playing in the background albeit too loud to carry on conversation with your table mates.
The place is beautiful but the food was not good at all. The service was horrible. We had to wait 45 minutes or so to get each course.
Dessert was the best part of the meal. The chocolate cake was decadent and the cheese cake was excellent. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone that I know. The whole experience was horrific.
We went to Neomi's for Mother's Day brunch and the food scarce and lacking for the price. I have been to many Sunday buffet brunches at a similar price range and I was incredibly disappointed with Neomi's. There was simply not enough of a selection and it felt like the options they offered (with the exception of some crab legs) were cheap. One area had a little salad bar, and some dips. Instead of a chef making omelettes, they were making pancakes, another area had spinach and artichoke dip and some other dip, there was a little area for kids (which was nice for them but certainly no high end) with burger, fries, mac and cheese, and the hot food area was also lacking. If I remember correctly there were five dishes served with one being green bean casserole (weird), a pasta dish, big pieces of cut up chicken breast on the bone, currasco steak and something else. The whole thing felt very cheap. For dessert there was a vanilla ice cream bar with toppings and a table of mini desserts. Nothing luxurious. In the end, I could have gone to dozens of other places for that price or less, $69 / $20 extra for unlimited mimosas, and gotten a much better brunch.
They did have two cute additions which I will mention... a spring flower bar so the kids could make bouquets for their moms, and an on site photographer with a printer giving out photos on the spot. However, that isn't the reason I went there.
I would not go there again for Mother's Day or any other Sunday brunch.... even if it was way less expensive. The price wasn't the issue, the food was.
I booked a client meeting here for 11:30 on Sunday and lunch wasn't even an option from the kitchen. We had limited time, so we only had soft drinks and had to grab a quick lunch later. We were never told at the host stand that they only had breakfast and it took forever for us to receive menus before we even learned it was only breakfast. Very disappointed.
I did have their food later in the evening for a private corporate event and it was rather tasty. Assuming it's the same food that you might get for dinner, I would recommend it.
my husband and I went for Sunday brunch and we're not disappointed. Our server gary was probably the best server I have ever had. He attended to our every need and was professional in every way. My husband had the brunch buffet which had a wonderful array of items. I had an omelet which was enough food for about three people. Everything was delicious and we would definitely go again.
It took 25 mins before we got a menu. It was not even busy. It felt like we were just being ignored. Waiter/busboys were setting tables that no was sitting at instead of serving us coffee and juice! We liked the place liked the food and hope that management corrects the service problems immediately.
Trump tried to sell its separate restaurant by presention their New Years Eve arrangement in the ballroom. Fortunately, when we started to leave ground staff felt embarassed by their managements behaviour and let us attend the ball room event which was very good
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