I just tried Time Out Market Miami on Miami Beach after hearing several rave reviews.
I should have accepted it as an indication of the food to come, when I passed 4 cats fighting in the street as I was paying my parking fare.
I considered getting the Cuban sandwich, but I passed when I considered it was nothing better and probably worse than what I make at home.
Coyo Taco sucks. Moved on.
I considered getting Pho Mo, but the veggies were very limited like most Asian offerings in Miami.
BBQ. No but almost.
I almost got the Japanese food, but if I am going to eat raw tuna and salmon I prefer sushi and sashimi.
After 10 minutes of consideration I chose the Peruvian offering and got shrimp and fish ceviche.
It was horribly salty and more expensive than Cvi-Che 105.
The seats were incredibly uncomfortable.
The “server” wanted to take my tray when I was still eating.
The prices are slightly high.
I rate this place as low as possible 1 star out of 5 stars.
These are not the best chefs in Miami as advertised.
Here are my top picks for the local area.
Who wants to combine some of them into one location?
BBQ | Pizza | Mexican | Seafood | Meats | Peruvian | Greek | Traditional | Brew Pub | Bistro + Bakery
- Hometown BBQ- Allapattah (JUST OPENED !!! This is the website for the NY location.)
- Mister 01- Wynwood
- La Santa Taqueria- Miami
- Seaspice- Miami
- Texas De Brazil- Dadeland, Dolphin Mall, and Gulfstream. Avoid the Miami Beach location.
- Cvi.Che 105- Miami Beach
- Estiatorio Milos- Miami Beach
- Hillstone- Coral Gables
- Yard House- Coral Gables and Miami Beach
- B Bistro + Bakery
Brian C. Smith
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty
Edgewater 🚤 | Miami Beach ⛱ | Luxury Real Estate 🍾