Sneak Review: Pamela's Delicatessen
A snippet of the New Times restaurant review for next week.
Pamela's Delicatessen is a combination mini-market/bakery/cafe/full service Chilean restaurant. The first three are housed in the front room: dry food imports on the shelves, breads and wines in wooden racks, a smattering of tables clustered before glowing display cases of coconut-flecked cakes and sugar-dusted alfajores. The adjacent main dining room is a cozy 40-seater that makes you feel at home via a warm arrangement of Chilean pottery and knickknacks displayed on rustic walls. The food is homespun as well...
Pamela's Delicatessen 8449 SW 40th St., Miami; 305-225-6365.
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