Gregory Pugin wants you to order his 11-course tasting menu. Sure, for $195 per person, it's expensive, but it's also the one where the young chef can express himself and experiment to the fullest. And you should let him do so. Why? The James Beard Foundation nominated him as a rising star. He trained under French culinary icon Joël Robuchon. Before he moved to Miami, he was a member of Robuchon's special forces, deployed around the world to oversee the openings of the chef's latest Michelin-starred spots. And here in Miami, he hasn't let up. That's why one meal could range from potato-scaled Dover sole with Jerusalem artichokes and artichoke emulsion to a flamed black truffle pie packed with pork belly and slow-cooked onions. And don't forget — this is the Biltmore Hotel. All of this comes with white-glove service.