Big, distinctive food and a distinctively big bill.
It's expensive and mostly satisfying — not enough from a superstar chef.
"They were talking about how they survived by drinking salt water mixed with toothpaste."
In my upcoming restaurant review of Acqua, in the Four Seasons Miami, I write of having ordered a main course of Szechuan-glazed “White Marble Farms pork shank,” and then go on to explain that this pastoral moniker is a brand name cooked up by Sysco marketers for industrial pork from Cargill Mea ... More >>
A pair of high-end hotel restaurants gets a second look