Nice for like a wine and a quick stop appetizer place. For a dinner this place is extremely overprive. Patatas Bravas there are not patatas bravas. On the menu you have an item called Oxtail and when it comes it's linguini with a oxtail sauce the size of the palm of your hand for $18. Not really a good place for a good dinner. Not recommended at all.
Best Spanish Restaurant Miami 2009 - Sra. Martinez - CLOSED
Señorita Juanita, translate the following to English, por favor:
La Señora Martinez sirve pequeñas porciones de exquisitas comidas muy gustosas — a continuación de las famosas tapas de Andalucía.
Sra. Martinez serves small plates of big-flavored foods styled after the famed tapas of Andalusia.
Muy bien. Ahora, Herman, translate this to Spanish:
Pork belly with sweet-and-sour glaze, sea urchin sandwich crisply pressed in French bread, smaller, tapas-like snacks such as Serrano ham with fig marmalade and Marcona almonds — chef/owner Michelle Bernstein imbues all with her own uniquely creative touch.
Ay! Tome asiento Señor Herman, por favor. Señorita Maria, cuéntenos un poco sobre la Señora Bernstein y la Señora Martinez.
Bernstein is one of Miami's most gifted chefs, and Sra. Martinez is her Design District, Seville-style restaurant. Most plates are under $18, there are great sherries and wines to go with the cuisine, it stays open for dinner until 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and the atmosphere is fun, fun, fun.
Super! Herman, por favor, déjeme saber cual es el mejor restaurante de comida española en miami?