Pamela’s, located at the Numero Uno Guest House in Ocean Park, serves Nuevo Latino and Caribbean cuisine crafted by chef Esteban Torres, who draws on the European, Asian, and African roots of Caribbean culinary traditions. Menu selections include the sundried tomato escabeche codfish and Caribbean spiced, guava rum glazed pork chop. Ideal for a romantic meal, Pamela’s offers guests the option of dining at tables on the beach, but the restaurant also has a glass-walled solarium with air conditioning.
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From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
At this elegant blond-wood restaurant in the historic Biltmore Hotel, chef de cuisine Philippe Ruiz sets the standard for classic French cooking in Miami. Sommelier Sébastien Verrier makes brilliant pairings from a 300-bottle list that spans the globe (at a range of prices) and features rare finds such as organically grown Pascal Doquet Blanc de Blanc.
We loved: Braised-beef (supertender shank) in a red wine and foie gras sauce with soft polenta.