As a countdown to New Times' "Best of Miami" 2010, Short Order is serving up
a hundred of our favorite dishes in the 305. Send your nominations
98. Jerk penne pasta, with chicken or shrimp, at Ortanique on the Mile
Chef Cindy Hutson calls her style of cooking Cuisine of the Sun. She's right. The light fusion of flavors on this plate marry Montego Bay with South Beach and serve it up smack in the heart of Coral Gables.
Click here for our Behind the Line feature on Ortanique and find out what Chef Hutson was doing in the kitchen wearing flip-flops and a sundress with the cheapest cookwear she could buy when the New York Times stopped at Norma's on the Beach for a meal that led to a glowing review.
Click here for Lee Klein's July 2009 Ortanique review that says, "If you haven't yet dined here, you should."
Hungry for more? The dishes in our countdown thus far are linked below:
- No. 100 - Warm buffala mozzarella with clay baked roma tomatoes and eggplant at TIMO.
- No. 99 - Butter Sweet Potato Pecan Cheesecake at The Mahogany Grille.
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