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Posted by Elaine on 02/23/2015
We came to the restaurant because it was close to where we were staying. In summary, the food was ok, not fabulous. The service was great but when we looked at the bill and saw that they charged $19 for a pina colada, really? Who does that? There wasn't even that much alcohol in it! The menu prices were very deceptive. We ordered very ordinary food - we each ordered one drink and a regular meal. The bill was over $200 and then they include a 19% tip
Posted by Lucy on 01/31/2015
When you review the menu, you are lead to believe you will be spending about $50-$60/pp. my fiancée and I were lured in to this restaurant since they were not that busy and the restaurant staff solicits business from ppl walking by the restaurant. We were interested in having paella for dinner so we decided to have dinner here since they had a several paella options. Once we sit and order drinks, they come out with the largest drinks ever. I never wanted a 45oz Mojito but I went w it bc I thought this was their thing. Anyways, staff was super friendly however how friendly are you if you stick it to us at the end when the bill arrives. They had offered us free unlimited shots, which I thought there was something a bit unusual about that until we received our bill, them I assumed they were trying to treat us for being overcharged for dinner. Anyways, our dinner for two w two large 45oz drinks totaled $330. I was taken aback, the paella was over $150. Although we overpaid, we did enjoy the paella minus the rice, which was a bit gummy, the seafood was good. Worth $330, not a chance!
Posted by Aaron on 12/11/2014
They not only have expensive prices, but my server added $2 on top of my already included tip, for not so great service. When I tried to contact the restaurant about it I have been hung up on twice. I know $2 is not a huge amount of money, but its the principle of the matter. You don't tip yourself with someone else's money. Food was not that great for the price. Other restaurants on the strip are much better.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2014
Yes, it's not a cheap place! but you wanna be in the middle of south beach, have a huge drink and enjoy the atmosphere - so, pay for it, or go to Mcdonalds! i loved the service, very attentive staff , good food and clean restaurant. will be back
Posted by Anthony W. on 01/12/2013
Disappointing dining experience and very misleading menu! The menu is limited and displays prices of all entrees between $18 - $30. Then, the waiter will tell you about the specials and the specials seem really great! Unless you ask the price (and that is kind of embarrassing) you will find out that all the specials exceed $50. Also, the regular "one-shot" bar level mixed drinks are $19 per drink for the small drinks and $35 per large drink. 6 oysters are $39.50, side-salads are $18 and they don't list those prices on the menu. Seriously?? Prices are much cheaper in Manhattan! Basically, after reviewing the menu, you would expect the bill to be around $50 per person with a few drinks, but you will find out when the bill arrives that the average price per person is about $130. The seafood was definitely not fresh (tasted like a frozen meal) and overall quality of food much less than average.
Posted by Tiesha on 01/18/2012
This food bomb.com. Ready to come back to Miami just for it
Posted by Dora Rosdal on 08/22/2011
we took our granddaughter & her boyfriend to lunch. $19.00 drinks? The food wasn't very good.