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Jeffrey HautJeffrey Haut
11:28 10 Jul 22
Worthy of at least two Michelin Stars. (They already have one).The flan was, quite literally, the best dessert I’ve ever eaten (inclusive of the desserts I’ve tried at 3 other Michelin starred restaurants). If you don’t eat this flan before you die, you have not truly lived your life.The presentation, the quality, the ambience — all incredible! Go there now.
N CromptonN Crompton
17:28 14 Apr 22
My wife and I were lucky enough to stumble upon Ariete while on vacation and just had the most joyful meal of our life.We’re not necessarily connoisseurs of fine dining but we usually seek out a couple exciting tasting menus a year.This menu just felt like a complete, well thought out experience. The service was spectacular with a friendly and fun staff that appeared fully bought-in with a shared mission. The ambience and decor was elegant, understated, but interesting. The cocktails were fantastic and well curated.Couldn’t recommend the tasting menu more, we left impressed, giggling and happy, stuffed with incredible, creative dishes that we’ll never forget.
Jack CJack C
13:40 08 Jan 22
Beautiful atmosphere but, disappointingly, the food was just not very good.I had the Mr. Green cocktail to start, which was good, but not anything to write home about. For $17, I expected a more complex drink. Had the Mr. Pink next, which was quite good and a drink I would order again.For food, we started with the Crema de Malanga appetizer which consisted of a soft boiled egg with truffle and croutons and it was simply not good. I have had a similar dish at dōma Miami that blew me away, but I stopped eating this one after 2 bites. Not worth $28.We had the charcuterie (3) on which we got the Brie and goat (both of which were very good) as well as the duck & foie pate, another thing I stopped eating after 2 bites. To be fair, the waitress recommended the blood sausage over the pate, but I wanted to give it a shot. Bread that came with the charcuterie left something to be desired as well, though they did serve us an nice warm, salty dinner roll that I enjoyed.As an entree I had the Wagyu Short Rib, for which I held out hope, but again did not deliver. The Wagyu is prepared “pastrami style”, which is just not a great way to prepare such an excellent cut. It was tender for sure, but the flavor was that of any regular old cut of beef. The red pepper jus it came with didn’t do much to help, though the shaved veggie Caesar on the side was excellent! For $55 though, I really expected more.My fiancée had the side of whipped yucca as an entree and it was quite nice!There were palate cleansers served before and after the meal. The one served before was tasty, but the one served afterward was horrendous. Do not eat the guava and cheese palate cleanser. My fiancée borderline spat it out, so I just nibbled to try it.It was the night before my birthday, so our waitress, who was very sweet and a good server, brought us out the flan dessert on the house. Very kind. The flan was fantastic! Best thing we had all night and I am normally not really a flan guy. Definitely order that.Overall, I would say Ariete is a bit overhyped and I most likely won’t be coming back. Worth a shot!
Ryan KaminskyRyan Kaminsky
15:47 30 Dec 21
Arrived without a res and they were able to seat us.Beautiful restaurant nice cocktail menuFood was good but not spectacularDuck was a bit chewy and wasn’t as exciting as I anticipated.Desert was very goodWill come back to try chicken and short rib
Michael OrtaliMichael Ortali
22:14 14 Sep 21
We did an early brunch (10AM)/and the restaurant was empty. It was a relaxing non-rushed experience.The coffee was quite good compared to most places (smooth, balanced) and doesn’t require milk to break down the acidity.The food was good but not exceptional. We ordered the bacon (thick pieces, pork belly style), eggs, and French toast. A little too much on the salty side but overall good.We’ll definitely come back.

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To be considered a good eatery, every place needs to nail service, air and, utmost of all, what they are putting on the plate. But to be truly great, a eatery ought to have a many effects that are harder to achieve locally sourced constituents, an inspired list of wines and amalgamations, and a cook willing to do effects that are downright bold. Ariete, the cozy and buzzy Coconut Grove eatery with Michael Beltran as its cook, has all of those effects. Let's talk about that last bone
because many cookers take further pitfalls than Beltran. He puts effects on his menu that you see nowhere differently and that not only work but come dishes you ’ll talk about for times, keeping the prints on your phone for regale party exchanges. The pressed duck might be the stylish illustration of this, a dish for two that begins with the garçon bringing out a 14- day dry-aged raspberry for examination. It arrives again latterly as part of a tableside show where the bone will be seared, served alongside a pungent- courtesan salad and a roasted calabaza tamal. also the innards — then’s where it gets weird — get smashed by a hand- turned press, right there coming to you, with the liquid that’s produced reduced down into a sauce. Every single table will turn to watch the process, which is n’t only fascinating but also produces a series of duck dishes that are as succulent as they're new to utmost everyone.


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