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About Bazaar Mar by Jose Andres at SLS Brickell - SBE
James Beard award-winning chef, José Andrés, introduces the next iteration of the world-acclaimed Bazaar by José Andrés restaurant concept, Bazaar Mar. Bazaar Mar will highlight the bounty of the sea, in a variety of preparations showcasing the magic that guests have grown to love from Bazaar.
Miami, FL 33130
Spanish, Seafood, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday- Thursday: 6:00pm - 11:00pm (Last Seating), Friday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 12:00am (Last Seating), Sunday & Monday: Closed
S Miami Ave / SW 13th St
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
sbe Catering offers The Bazaar"s award-winning Spanish cuisine by James Beard award-winning chef José Andrés at any location, for intimate dinners at home, meetings at the office or elaborate parties just about anywhere. Customize your event with tray-passed service, seated dinners or chef’s stations. sbe Catering can do it all! Visit sbe.com/events or call 305.916.6111 to plan your event today. Visit sbe.com/events to start planing your event today!
Valet parking is available at the SLS Hotel
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bazaar Mar by Jose Andres at SLS Brickell - SBE Ratings and Reviews
We tried a couple of items from each category. The tuna pillows were great for my husband and the funnel cake and bran appetizer was both creative and delicious. We shared scallops and 4 year aged Iberico Jamon! Rich and fantastic. I had the chocolate soufflé with banana ice cream. I can’t say enough and can’t wait to try another of chef’s Jose’s restaurants!
The food was outstanding. Jose Andres never disappoints. There were a couple of things I was annoyed with. First, the seats were uncomfortable. The white wooden chairs need cushions. I would have given the food a 5, but we kept finding those tiny fish bones in the Branzino baked in salt, even though it was filleted (spelling?) after it was presented. But it was all delicious. The cauliflower and deconstructed key lime pie are a must!
I will definitely go back, but I own't order the Branzino!
We did the pre fixe menu at the bazaar in south beach and thought it was absolutely phenomenal, especially for the price of $125. So we were incredibly excited to dine at the Mar for NYE. Our server was nice..he was just not very attentive. I felt like I had to constantly ask the bus staff to ask our server to come over and refill wine for us. I think he was slightly annoyed at the end and ended up leaving our bottle of wine on the table. The food was incredible so nothing bad to say about that. However, to charge $300 a person and to not have each person receive their own dish seems unjust-even if it's for New Year's Eve. For a table of three we would receive one ceviche dish to share with three people, two short rib dishes to split among three people, one soufflé to share among three people...? I didn't understand that concept at all. If they're charging $300 a person, I would expect each person to receive their own individual plates or at least a portion that is filling. Had we only been a party of two or a party of one, the same amount of food would have been given, so it honestly made no sense to me. Plates didn't change during the courses that left a mess, I had to ask them to change our plates out. Granted the food was over the top delicious, it's just so disheartening to have paid so much and not feel that it was worth it. This is not my first time with a set menu, I've paid less then $300 and more than $300 at restaurants like Alinea, Oriole, Next, El Ideas, Goosefoot, etc. and those restaurants went above and beyond and provided sufficient food for each person. I don't want this to ruin my view on thisvrestaurant, it's just a shame.
NOT WORTH IT..... I made a reservation for dinner on December 31st, no where in my reservation said that Bazaar was only serving a pre fix menu of $300 usd plus 20% service fee ($360) per person. We where a party of 5 in my family, with 2 of my children not having anything for dinner because they don’t like seafood and because the restaurant didn’t have their regular menu they had to pay for the pre fix menu even if they didn’t eat.
First I didn’t see fair the way they charged as we were 5 adults.
Second waiter and Maitre D where pushing to increase our ticket value Instead of helping us because we where a family of 5 with 3 kids
Third I did not know the price of their prefix menu, didn’t imagine what the restaurant figured to get to the $360 usd value
Fourth.... Definitely NOT WORTH IT
Dinner service was rushed. Cocktails arrived with third course. Food presentation and prep were just ok with expectation that patrons mix and plate the meal. Couple next to us had several complaints that staff did their best to address - huge distraction to our evening and an overall disappointment. First and last time.
The liquid olives were not good at all. They were a gelatin texture and taste like a tablespoon full of olive oil. I love octopus and the octopus here grossed me out with a gooie piece lining the tentacle. The skirt steak (which is pork) was the best thing we had for the night.
Dinner wasn’t a good experience at all.
Our server made a lot of mistakes. My girlfriend and I seated at 9.15pm, the restaurant wasn’t that busy at all. We ordered two cocktails and one came after 30 min that we start eating. First 2 Appetizers came perfectly on time then they totally forgot about us. We wait for more then 45 min for One main course. The food presentation was good but the taste was disappointing. The olive sphere “ferran adria” they were just a bite of vinegar in your mouth. The tuna pillow was ok.
Octopus was plain not seasoend at all.
The paella was just fine.
Of course the served forgot our second main course “ the mushrooms” . They tried to save the dinner by offering us two caipirinha and a key lime pie but it was a totally Fiasco because they were late again.
I had been to Bazaar on the Beach and when I couldn’t find reservations there I decided to Bazaar Mar a try. It didn’t disappoint! Great food and the service was amazing. Our waiter (unfortunately can’t remember his name) was very helpful with choices and knew his stuff. He was genuinely excited for us to try the different dishes and experience the flavors. The foam margaritas were amazing. The chocolate suffle was out of this world!
Exquisite seafood and service with a price to match.Seafood for foodies! All the small dishes (tapas) including a main course was creatively conceived and prepared. Try at least two or three and a main course. Good wine list and special drinks can be prepared at your table. The service friendly and professional.
Food was amazing. Had the tasting menu, the timing of delivery for each dish was awful. Lots of time in between dishes. Tasting menus are our fav way to dine, this was extremely long wait between. It took our dessert 15 mins to arrive after the last dish. Unacceptable, the food was so good we would come back though. My husband has no patience and I thought he would never want to return. He said he would because he liked the food so much.
Just WOW!!! This place is legit. Arguably some of the best and unique seafood I have ever tasted. The pairing of ingredients and flavors are executed to perfection. I only wish the portions were larger so I can stuff my face more. It is a tad pricey so not your everyday foodie joint, but definitely worth a try. I have dined here twice already, and have been blown away both times. There is quite a lot of plates to choose from, so I will definitely have to go again soon. Everything is plated and presented like tiny works of art, because they are. Bazaar Mar ranks up there among my favorite seafood eateries. I pretty much recommend everything on the menu, but feel free to ask for the staff who are quite knowledgeable. The croquettas, Po' boy Oyster buns, ceviche oysters and Key lime pie are Super Noms!!!
We chose this restaurant for a business dinner while in Miami because we love Andres’ Jaleo in Las Vegas. At Bazaar Mar felt like we were dining in a bathroom. Restaurant is all white and blue hand painted floor to ceiling tile and very open. Our opinion of the food was mediocre and very expensive for a tapas promoted menu - prices were entree portion high. The desserts were great. We had their equivalent of key lime pie and also the chocolate soufflé with carmelized banana ice cream. Both were great. Would not go back and probably wouldn’t recommend
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