Around this prostitution-trafficky stretch of Biscayne Boulevard, the term "hot" has traditionally been more associated with the word "pants" than with "food." That changed last year with the opening of Renaisa, in the rather dilapidated building long occupied by the Bimini, a basic bar/fried fish joint on Little River that had changed its name to the Madonna to attract customers from the neighboring Madonna strip club -- which promptly changed its moniker, foiling the eatery's strategy but leaving an unsavory cast on the place. The rambling shack would therefore seem an unlikely location for any fine-dining restaurant to most Miamians. But fortunately it didn't stop the Rahmans, from Bangladesh via Boca Raton, who discovered the spot accidentally and now serve, in several renovated river-view rooms hung with exotic oriental print fabrics, some of Miami's most interesting Indian food, including Bengali specialties not found... More >>>