The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach
Dining transcends into fête extraordinaire as guests enjoy a collection of imaginative culinary experiences that offer pioneering delicacies and delicious libations. A story in contrasts, The Bazaar menu blends tradition and ingenuity in true Spanish style and mixes them with influences from South Beach’s local Latin flavors and rich history.
Please note, dress code specifies 'casual elegance' -No shorts, no open toed shoes, or tank tops for men.
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This was at the top of our “To Do’s” while in Miami this visit. Everything was as hoped and we will certainly return on next trip
All I can say is that we had one night in Miami and we could have gone anywhere. We chose The Bazaar and couldn’t stop smiling the entire dinner. Our server, Jason, suggested four dishes per person AND presented us with a menu dedicated to dairy free options. Our minds were blown, thank you so much for helping the poor folks with allergies! Every dish was beautiful and delicious. We were sufficiently full when we finished our last dish. We cannot wait to return. Thank you for a spectacular and special dinner. Y’all are awesome, cheers to the chef and team.
They offer a tasting menu when we went there. So we just sat back and relax and waited what they served us. It was about 13-15 dishes and by the end we were full but had a lot of fun. The service is wonderful. If your looking for a fun date and good talk about the food this is the place. Also this place is pricey so don’t look at the cost just go for the experience.
The food was really good. The service was bad.
Overall we enjoyed our experience. Unfortunately we received the incorrect fritters. Also we asked to have our items wrapped to take home and we never received our leftovers. The food was delicious.
This was a great place to have dinner! We did the tasting menu and it was well priced (especially for Miami!), tons of food, DELICIOUS, and creative.
My wife and I were stuffed by the end. So good!
Almost to die for!
My husband and I were visiting from Maryland and read the reviews for this restaurant. It was absolutely amazingly delicious! The staff was superb and I highly recommend The Bazaar by Jose Andres!!! If you love fine dining and tapas you will be extremely happy with this choice!!
The food was amazing. Everything was delicious and so beautifully prepared. We would definitely go back.
Not enough superlatives to describe the dining experience. Absolutely some of the yummiest food that I have ever had.
Too expensive and pretentious. Some things were truly delicious and others disappointing Service was excellent though. Not for us. Thank you:)
Foodies beware. Expensive tapas prepared poorly. The Foie gras was particularly terrible. Whipped mouse pate on a bun filled with peanut butter & jelly. Are you kidding!! Steamed bun with pork belly came as a pork slider on a crisp bun. Completely opposite of the menu description. Singapore street meat came in little crispy cups with very little shrimp and lots of Chinese spices. Expensive cured ham served without bread. Other dishes passable but not inspiring. Service was not engaged and offered little assistance with a complex menu. We got lucky and only ordered a few dishes before we escaped but not before dropping $300.
Great food experience. We picked the tasting menu and it was outstanding.
Everything was so delicious. The only thing that I didn’t love was the location of the restaurant. All club goers walk through the restaurant constantly to go outside. Not really enjoyable my chair kept being hit and bag fell off chair many times. Other than that we enjoyed.
One of the best dining experiences I have had in some time.
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De lo mejor en Miami. Un festival de sabores sorprendentes y únicos.
Have been eager to try a Jose Andres restaurant and this one did not disappoint - in fact, we went two nights in a row. The first and second nights, we started with Kueh Pai Ti and Baby Japanese Peaches - off the charts flavor explosion. If they were the only two items on the menu, it would be great! First night, followed with Iberico Sliders, Brussels Sprouts, Pollo Al Ajillo Cubano and Foie Gras PB&J. Standouts were the Brussels Sprouts and the Pollo Al Ajillo Cubano. The Sliders were good, but only so much you can do with a slider. The Foie Gras PB&J was fantastic when you got a bite that included all the flavors. If you only got foie gras and peanut butter, which happened, the PB was overwhelming. Slight service problem the first night with a very delayed course, which the restaurant more than made up for, and continued the next night when they realized we came back. Overall, highly recommend, but keep track of the courses/items you order.
The best dinning experience. The food and the service were out of this world. Alex our server was the best ever
Amazing food as always, creative without being too pretentious
Had the tasting menu, very innovative and tasty, but in some cases, we literally just got a taste. Too many small tastes also dragged out dinner
Our experience was just amazing at this restaurant! All of our guests were blown away by the service, atmosphere, and quality of food. The whole experience is just fun!! Great small plates to share with friends... imaginative, delicious food... wonderful drink list... and a waitstaff that is well educated and engaging... what else could you want!?!?? Can't wait to go back! :)
Everything was amazing. And so creative-from a frozen blue cheese sandwich to deconstructed key lime pie. Only negative was we were seated by a path that guests used to walk from hotel to pool bar- so a lot of traffic. Servers were completely informed about every ingredient and preparation method. Yes, expensive- but I thought worth the $
Best meal ever, and we've eaten in many Michelin star restaurants in the US & Europe. I can't wait to go back to Miami so we can return! Looking forward to Jaleo opening in Chicago and hope they open a Bazaar there too.
Possibly the best restaurant in America (sorry Eric)
The food was surprisingly mediocre. For the price, I expected dishes that were more creative and unique. Some slices of cheese or meats that offered nothing more than if I bought them myself and cut the pieces. Nothing was terrible but for the prices, really not worth it.
Always a great experience. The food is unique especially when you mix the creative menu with the classics. Love the tapas portion sizes. This allows you to try many different items and not fee over-stuffed.
One of the best experiences in Miami!
Food so disappointing. Fascinating choices, but not very tasty. The caviar cones were ridiculous in size and price and not even interesting. Was so looking forward to it, alas.
It was an amazing experience with food that I have never tasted before. The liquid mozzarella was amazing, as well as the Cuban!
Delicious food, beautiful ambiance and excellent service.
This is a review specifically of the experience had at lunchtime and this is a message directed primarily to OpenTable itself: it was misleading to allow a reservation to be made for lunch at Bazaar through Open Table when it means one will be dining at the regular daytime bistro in the outdoor seating area of Bazaar but it is not food or service that originates with Bazaar. A phone call to Bazaar confirmed this fact. OpenTable should not give reservations at Bazaar for a weekday lunch when that is not in fact true. Bazaar should demand the same and OpenTable should revisit what it is doing: misleading diners and souring people on Bazaar itself. The daytime bistro is not anywhere near what the restaurant itself is and so was a huge disappointment for a relative for whom I'd planned a special meal. Bazaar the Restaurant does not deserve a poor review (I have eaten there for dinner) but I'd like to catch someone's attention so they'll make sure this problem is addressed.
We had a nice date night, but I heard them say they’d added extra tables, so our server was scrambling and a little confusion with delivery to wrong tables or missed delivery. Food was amazing, though.
Food was amazing! Seating left a bit to be desired as the aisle was too narrow when it became busy and staff would bump into us/table. Service was wonderful in the beginning but once the restaurant was full, service was rushed. Entire staff was professional and friendly but perhaps just short staffed on that evening. Looking forward to returning very soon!
From the time we were sat we did not receive any food for close to one hour. There was no bread, amuse-bouche Or anything of the like and our food took an incredibly long time to come out. We then got a number of items at the very end all clumped together, so the overall dining experience was not ideal and a bit frustrating. For the hype and prices it was not a fine dining experience
My girlfriend and I both had the tasting menu. There were 2 items that were very good - none that were excellent - and the vast majority of items were just not very good. I live in NYC so perhaps I am spoiled with great food. But this food was truly less than middle of the road.
The service was also missing a beat. A key on tasting menu service is timing. The timing here was off. The best restaurants - Per Se or 11 Madison in NY - make the tasting menu seem like a magical experience. The courses just seem to come at the right time and there is enough room (some planned with a palate cleanser and some with a few minutes to digest) between courses to let you enjoy the fading aromas. Here, there were multiple times that one course landed on top of the other. There was never a palate cleanser. The whole experience felt rushed.
interesting good tasting food, portions small and very expensive
Original varied tapas menu. Interesting Displays of food with super service.
It never disappoints
One of the best meals I’ve had - wine recommendations were spot on. The service staff was courteous, knowledgeable and friendly. I would highly recommend this place while in Miami.