Sneak Review: The Restaurant at the Setai
Chicken tikka proved a notch or three above what you'll find at local Indian joints: tender, juicy, skinless-and-boneless thighs redolent of tandoor grill and garam masala spices. A side of somewhat fiery mint sauce accompanied the blushing bird, along with a pair of spherical onion fritters. Dishes here are billed as "family-style," generally taken to mean "to be shared" -- which makes the serving of two little fritters for three people seem puzzling and parsimonious.
The Restaurant at the Setai
2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
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