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About GKB Wynwood
Modern Peruvian Cuisine Sushi Bar
Pisco Sours Sunday Brunch bottomless drinks and cocktails
Sushi Rolls authentic
Trendi Modern Fresh
Live music every Friday
Miami, FL 33127
Peruvian, Sushi, Latin American
Hours of Operation:
12:00 PM to 10:30PM Monday to Thursday
12:00 PM to 11:30 PM Friday and Saturday
11:30 am-9:30pm Sunday
Late Night Bar Service
Happy Hour Everyday 4:30 to 7:30 PM Ceviches and Tapas
25th Street and NW 2nd
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
Rafael Perez Cambana
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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GKB Wynwood Ratings and Reviews
The menu is limited and very pricey for the quality of the food. I had the “sudado” fish but it lacked flavor and fish was not very fresh.
The restaurant has potential but the food quality has to improve if they are going to charge $24-$38 for entrees. I would not come back.
Fun Restaurant in Wynwood close to the "walls." They offer valet parking and a friendly greeting when we arrived. Great seating choices; outside, inside at the bar, hightops and regular tables. They offer some creative cocktails and the food was excellent. Service was attentive and friendly. We will definitely go back, GKB is a great value and a fun restaurant.
delicious and unique taste combinations, based on Peruvian background with Japanese influence, and lots of selections for fish and vegetables, with enough meat to keep the carnivores happy. Service was excellent and atmosphere fun in an attractive and hip Wynwood setting.
The ceviche had an incredible amount of seafood; however, it wasn't as tender as I would have wanted. The corn nuts and white corn were excellent additions. Our taquitos were crunchy and full of wonderful roasted pork and cheese. I was skeptical of the poached yellow tail snapper. But it wasn't warranted at all. The fish perfectly flaked and was inset inside a light broth speckled with fresh poached tomatoes. I was greeted by an excellent portion of well-braised short ribs. Despite being a bit over salted and a little dry, they definitely had a delicious rich flavor only achieved by a long slow cook. The side of pea risotto was creative and was a perfect accompaniment. The desserts weren't impressive. The only options were mouses that could be improved with having a crunchy texture. But you can't go wrong with the nutella flavor. The lima redemption cocktail was more strawberry focused than expected and the chicha piso sour was too intense with the holiday flavors (e.g., cinnamon and nutmeg). However, both cocktails were beautifully and carefully crafted.
Service was attentive and the atmosphere was okay. Almost every item relied too much on onions - everything was stuffed, layered, or scattered with onions - but they were easy to pick out or remove. Overall, I was very impressed by the portions and flavor at GKB. I hope they improve the desserts, but this place is totally worth it and a superb Miami Spice deal.
We went for Miami spice. Horrible service. Took 45 minutes to get our entree but when we did the rib eye was burnt. It tasted burnt as well. We sent it back and the chef told us to just flip the steak to the other side. We got served water and were never asked if we wanted anything else to drink. The waiter never checked on us throughout the night.
We went GKB for lunch because it was the nearest place and we were really hungry. We ended up loving our meal. We ordered the Miami Spice Menu, the appetizers were super good, and the entrees were very good also. Dessert was OK. Services was fast but the waiter did not clean up the table from the appetizer before serving the entrees. We may go back if we decide to visit Wynwood again.
Service was great, food was good especially the ceviche appetizer . The seafood chupe was good but it lacked punch . Maybe it shouldn't be served with rice. Baby's sweet potatoes and a corn cob . Try the pisco sour for starters or a t the bar. One thing though, the recommended tip was 18 20 or 22. Why ? pay your people better, like they do in all the restaurants of the world
Great value. We went for a Friday lunch, and used the Miami Spice menu. Tasty Lat Am comfort food. Normal sized portions (unlike what you might get on some of these Spice menus). I had the red snapper, which was cooked to perfection. The appetizer was a pulled pork roll-up of some sort. Prompt, friendly service. Street parking not bad at 12:30 in the afternoon. Will definitely come back for the regular menu. Good find.
Not many people, which I think improved the experience. Professional service even if somewhat dry...nothing to complain about even though. The 6 different dished I tried were all nicely presented Al amazingly good. Somewhat expensive but very worthy. Good portions. I would recommend and come back.
Although I've dined at GKB a handful of times before, I was beyond disappointed at the overall experience. What's worse is that I recommended this to a friend visiting. It goes without saying that her experience was not what I told her it would be. I understand restaurants are not always in control of a possible bad night faced with a lack of staff, but waiting for food for an hour is unacceptable. Food quality was ok at best. Dishes came out warm, if that, which some we didn't even finish. Restaurants in Miami have a tough time competing next to the New York or Chicago restaurants because they lack consistency with their food and service. I'll chalk it up to it being a bad night, but don't intend on going back for a good while.
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