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Eden South Beach
Chef Chrstopher Lee has received many accolades over the course of his career, including the James Beard Foundation’s “Rising Star Chef of the Year” in 2005 and Food and Wine’s “Top Ten Best New Chef’s in 2006. Settling in to his role as head chef at Eden, Lee has created an inspired menu featuring abstract and beautifully crafted plates. Capitalizing on the Locavore movement, the restaurant’s focus on clean, fresh ingredients is befitting to their namesake. Dishes like the “temptations” made for sharing, explore traditional American dishes like Chicken Quesadillas with a twist, adding touches like caramelized pineapple. Their seared Yellowfin Tuna features a ratatouille and a warm orange vinaigrette which complements the spicy aji Amarillo. Including over 70 wines from around the globe, you can spend a night here, sipping wine and dining under their open-air cabana or in their lushly decorated dining area.

Bangkok Bangkok
The beautiful flavors of traditional Southeast Asia come to life at this Thai food restaurant, focused on bringing a beautiful marriage of the five taste profiles to their diners. The restaurant, located in the beautiful Coral Gables neighborhood of Miami, is a cool oasis adorned with lush flowers. Their menu is extensive, featuring adventurous dishes like the whole red snapper, which is rich in chili, balanced with a sweet ginger and brandy sauce.  Their Roasted Duck Darling is fried and fuses the sweet flavors of pineapple with a fresh slew of cucumbers, onions, and peppers. The restaurant features a variety of Oriental and European beers, which they recommend to wash down the rich Thai flavors your meal is sure to furnish.
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Francesco
Heralded by Miami-Dade Top Food Award in 2008 and winner of multiple Zagat Survey awards, this Coral Gables destination is known for its elegant and refined Peruvian cuisine.  Showcasing the wonderful seafood of the Atlantic coast, the restaurant offers up dishes like the Swordfish topped with a passion fruit sauce and morat rice.  For something hearty, diners are encouraged to try their crab ravioli, which is stuffed with the freshest crab meat and served with a bell pepper sauce.  This hidden gem is tucked off of Alcazar Avenue, and is both a trusted standby for locals and a dining destination worth a pilgrimage.
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