While savoring the berry treat, you might spot a cook tottering across the kitchen, topping a tarte tatin with vanilla cream, and cracking yet another quail egg. In time, he will cook the egg sous-vide, stack it atop a mound of minced bigeye tuna, and pipe the platter with piquant togarashi aioli. Crisp nori crackers, made with panko, ginger powder, and sesame seeds, will encircle the pile of fish.

Smoked and roasted duck breast
Smoked and roasted duck breast

Location Info


George's Kitchen Midtown

3404 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33127

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: Midtown/Wynwood/Design District


George's Kitchen Midtown

305-438-9199; georgeskitchenmidtown.com
Lunch Monday through Saturday noon to 4 p.m.; brunch Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; dinner Sunday through Tuesday 6 to 11 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday 6 p.m. to midnight.

Gougères $9
Tuna tartare $13
Smoked and roasted duck breast $28
Roasted branzino $49
Kit Kat $9

So sample the tuna. Close your eyes. Forget the yuzu on your shirt, the cutlery on the floor, and the water deluging your table. In those moments, the quail egg points to the prized work of a reputable chef, and the setting feels graceful — free from the errors that even an experienced restaurateur can make.

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This so called review sounds more like a wanna be amature blog from a "foodie" than well respected food critic, which she is far from. She doesn't talk about the wine list she doesn't talk about her lunch nor brunch experience which Is good. She proberbly came in once with her merger Miami new times spending allowance. The woman has an obvious beef with George and not the food but somehow I can't tell if the review is good or bad. She also mentioned the douchbag dj which has NOTHING to do with the restaurant or the food. Maybe someone should review her insubstantial "reviews" or her stupid blog.


I have eaten here several times, and I have always found the food and service to be wonderful. I'm wondering what your experience is working in restaurants or your culinary training that gives you the credentials to write such a scathing and harsh review.

Astrid Ehrenstein
Astrid Ehrenstein

i dlislike him and his restaurants greatly. not impressed with the cheap welcome glass of champagne. the food is mediocre. there are a 100 other places i would prefer to visit.



wow, someone is a fanboy! I think the review was pretty well written, and not meager in any sense. Funny you attack the writer but "can't tell if the review is good or bad." Looks like you have the bias.