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.
Bazaar by Jose Andres is committed to the health & safety of our patrons.
Indoor & Outdoor Dinning Available
6 feet Social Distancing Between Tables with Maximum of 6 per table
Facial Coverings worn by all Staff
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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Limited number of seated diners
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Amazing food, service and experience. Highly recommend and we will be back.
A unique experience of culinary
Wow! This was seriously an experience. It’s the first place we ate in Miami and truly set the tone. Lach and Pierce were absolutely amazing. If I owned a restaurant, I would want Lach to run it. DO THE CHEFS TASTING MENU! It was perfection. We didn’t have to think about anything, just enjoyed the entire experience.
First time dining at a Jose Andres restaurant. Did not disappoint. Cocktails were incredibly well crafted and delicious. It’s a Tapas style restaurant and we got to try many offerings on hand. I’m vegetarian so didn’t try meat based dishes. My wife thought the shrimp was pretty good. Plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans both. My favorite was the Pisto - looked like a deconstructed bruschetta ;) The texture was perfectly unctuous and flavors were amazing. Gazpacho Patricia was another home run - and was very reminiscent of a Punjabi Raita. Rounded off with the chocolate cake - very delicious. Would definitely come back here.
Really fun adventurous dining experience! Never disappoints
The best tasting experience in Miami Beach! You get to choose what you want (tapas style) in terms of variety without being inundated by one or two huge dishes. At the end, you feel like you've eaten across 6 different restaurants and styles!
Very poor experience at this establishment. There was a putrid smell in all areas especially the front. There was a loud group of young men cursing at the bar and behaving very belligerently. The fine dining advertised here is non-existent. We had high hopes but left after deciding not to order anything.
Pretty special...from the plating to the senses, the food was beautiful. Unexpected twists to some culinary favorites made this dining experience amazingly surprising (given this our first visit). We tried the Miami Spice menu (we had to ask for it) and it helped us navigate an amazing menu array of Jose Andres' concoctions that we might have not considered. We will be going back.
Great food and service
The food was delicious, good environment and excellent service . Highly recommended. Definitely I’ll going again there
Returned again for Miami Spice and everything was excellent as usual. Nice menu with multiple selections. Food and service were top line. My only complaints - 1) they don’t offer you the Miami Spice menu unless you ask for it; 2) the best entree selection - fish en papillote - was taken off the Spice menu since last month; 3) they didn’t offer churros with peanut butter as one of the items this year; 4) although the ambiance is nice, hotel guests, often in bathing suits, walk through the restaurant.
Overall this is our favorite restaurant for Miami Spice.
I had an amazing time here celebrating my mom's birthday. Everything was exquisite and beyond my wildest imagination. Can't wait to come here again!
The food was phenomenal. Great service, and a very fun place. Its pricey but its on the beach in Miami Beach at an amazing hotel.
Dimly lit. We were seated at a corner table in the front dining area near the entrance of the SLS hotel.Low lighting makes it a little difficult to read the menu and visually appreciate the food and drinks being presented in front of you. First high chair given for our little one, had no seat buckle to secure him in. Had to switch it out when he tried to climb out of it. Replacement high chair was old; wood splintered and chipped in several places. Opted to take turns feeding our little one on our laps. Club music playing in the background is distracting at times and definite conversation disruptor.
Service: Our server was good and knowledgable. The rest of the waitstaff were great. Cleared our tables, replaced plates and silverware as needed, described each appetizer/entree as it was set on our table.
Key Lime Pie Daiquiri- definitely a dessert cocktail, stiff and creamy.
Passion Fruit Up- strong, slightly sweet, and tart.
Kueh Pai Ti- a beautiful medley that got our tastebuds singing. Different textures and flavors combined in one bite! Well balanced, our favorite appetizer.
Conch Fritters "Café Atlantico"- tasted heavenly, like biting into a malasada with conch chowder oozing out from within
Cuban Coffee Rubbed Churrasco- cooked medium rare. The passion fruit foam pairs nicely w/ the dark roasted coffee coating on the flank steak.
Embutidos Platter- the Ibérico ham and loin brought fond memories of bar hopping with friends in Madrid and Barcelona. Needed more Pà amb Tomáquet, given half a small loaf to share. Chorizo ok.
Pisto- fancy Ratatouille, topped with an egg covered in 24k gold (E-175) . Thought it was just a soft boiled w/ golden yolk.
Rossejat- a little salty, need a touch more aioli, shrimp cooked perfectly.
Grilled octopus- too charred
Rating: 3.5 stars. Food, drinks, and service were good. I'd recommend a couple rounds of Kueh Pai Ti and Café Atlantico along with one of their signature cocktails to friends before a night out.
Fanstastic tasting menu. Incredible food. Bit pricey all in including ridiculous taxes and fee surcharges.
We went to celebrate our anniversary, but notices that table next to us got champagne toast & quicker service.
Beyond that, food was Amazing!!!
Good, (food) interesting but not to rush back, excellent waiter, made the visit agreeable, negative thoughts going in, good waiter reversed thoughts.
Went for Miami Spice and the options we chose were so delicious and perfectly cooked! Our server was super attentive and on point. Overall a perfect experience. Will be returning again to try their Chef’s tasting menu.
It was uncomfortable that the restaurant is the access to the pool. Choosing indoor dinning should provide that kind of atmosphere Two different settings, different moods
Much Bueno tapas
Let’s preface by saying this: it’s been an unbelievably tough year for restaurants, from mandated closures, to becoming nearly impossible to staff, my heart and support goes out to any brave soul remaining in this industry. It’s not that the food was terrible, but you can tell there was no one there to taste it before it went to the guest. It was bland, and beyond boring. I won’t get into the dishes in detail, because honestly they all hit the same mediocre mark. It was a snore-worthy blend of apathy and lack of courage to give the food FLAVOR. Bazaar was undeniably blah.
Outstanding flavors on the Miami Spice menu. The staff is exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable.
Wonderful. Can’t wait to go back
This place is outstanding!! It really worth to visit and enjoy. I love it!
I celebrated my Birthday there and the food was amazing.
We were disappointed primarily by the location and guests in bathing suits using the dining area as a cut-through. The portions were small and the food was just okay. There are so many better restaurants within walking distance and I wouldn’t recommend
I chose The Bazaar as one my "nice" dinners on my Miami vacation. I have dine at a few other of Jose Andres' restaurants and was I excited to share the experience with my boyfriend. Unfortunately, the meal was a waste. Of the many items we ordered, not one is worth mentioning. Some were even too salty to eat. I wish we dined at the other restaurant in the hotel, Katsuya. It is my favorite sushi spot in Los Angeles and at least it is worth the money.
Everything about The Bazaar by Jose Antonio is fantastic, well worth a visit or three..
The best food & service anywhere! We love going there for special occasions.
Wonderful food and exceptional service and atmosphere.
I’m a big fan of Jose Andres PBS TV cooking showing but his restaurant was very disappointing. Very small Miami Spice fixed menu portions and very average food quality.
Food was exceptional but should have been double the size. Service, ambiance and everything on point except for the bill. The definition of Expensive nouvelle cuisine. That said, definitely worth the one time visit.
Miami spice was a rip off
The service was good,food was delicious the ambiance was people coming in and out from the pool area in their swim suits felt like we were watching a fashion show! Found that for the price the portions were small.
When you first see the plates you may feel that they are small, but once you taste them, they are so flavorful and delicious that at the end of your meal you are really satisfied.
Love this restaurant, but their Miami Spice is a rip off…should not participate at all if the portions are so small (like 1/4 of a normal tapas portion) that you will be obligated to order more
This was a fantastic dining experience that I’d recommend to anyone visiting the area. This is a tapas style restaurant. We tried the Miami Spice menu and let the waiter make the choices. Every plate was terrific! The service was impeccable!
Best restaurant for Miami Spice. Always a delight and affordably expensive during spice.
I love Bazaar! It’s one of my favorite restaurants in Miami. I love the food and the service is always great as well.
This time I went during Miami spice. The Miami spice menu offers a great selection and good portion. I totally recommend it!
Truly outstanding in every way, and thanks to the Miami Spice $42 5 course menu, an amazing bargain.
The food was nothing short of inspired, especially the Singapore street food appetizer of shrimp peanut and chili in a small crispy tube and the Cuban coffee rubbed churrasco steak with Passion fruit foam. Really a memorable meal.
The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach is rated 4.7 stars by 3743 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.