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Food is always on of the attraction of some place that you travel too. And Miami it is not an excepetion, of course. Michael Mina owns a place that is a mini-empire in South Florida, a steakhouse called Stripsteak at the the Fontainebleau.
Chef Michael Mina owns 24 restaurants and this is one of this restaurants the Stripdyral ate Fontainebleau resort. The chef in this steakhouse is Derrick Roberts that executes an excelent menu.
The decoration of the place has gold banquerres, deco chandeliers and an open kitchen. On the upper floor there are cream-colour couches that create a cozy cocktail lounge and downstairs there is a patio with a bamboo-accented pollside that provides some fresh air outside.
This restaurants has some familiar dishes from creamed spinach and crab cakes to hearty cuts of beef. Prices for starters are $16-$28 and mains $30-$65.
Some of the dishes that you should look for is peekytoe crab with fresh chile, cilantro and avocado, or “instant bacon” — pork belly, tempura oyster and jicama. Steak tartare is mixed with diced foie gras poached in port, while a dish of butter-poached lobster comes pooled in a Thai curry sauce.
They also have availabra Steak an American v. Australian wagyu entree: two dueling portions of beef served with parsnip purée, granny smith apple and fresh horseradish.
Desserts are also a must-have and include ganache-filled doughnuts, as well as apple and cranberry cobbler with homemade maple ice cream.
This restaurant its and ode to comfort food with and elegant taste an pricey has it shoul be at the Fointainebleau.