Emeril's Miami Beach
1601 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL, 33139
Important Note: Emeril's Miami Beach closed its doors suddenly on August 8, 2011. The restaurant is not expected to reopen.
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This page contains feedback from our readers on Emeril's Miami Beach.
Our reader reviews follow:
Reader's Name: Betty
Reader Rating: Two stars
Reader Review: I was very disappointed with Emeril's Restaurant in South Beach; it is a very loud and noisy restaurant. I went to celebrate our Anniversary and the tables are so close together that we didn't have any privacy when we were talking and the food was nothing out of this world. To end the night I went to the ladies' room and it was dirty and full of paper on the bathroom floor. My anniversary was chaos unfortunately!
Reader's Name: FoodOfMiami.com
Reader Rating: Five stars
Review: Emeril’s of Miami Beach, located in the lobby of the Loews hotel, captures both the essence of Emeril and the essence of a fine dining experience. The decor was grand, polished, and posh with an inviting and comforting feel, reminiscent of a ballroom in an old southern plantation, yet modernized and chic. I had ordered the tasting menu, and was surprisingly full by the time desert arrived. Every dish was cooked to perfection. The menu combined common southern dishes with wild cards of unconventional flavors that keeps your taste buds awakened and awaiting the next dish. The Filet Mignon was cooked to perfection. The cut was not Peter Lugars, but the grilled flavors and juices worked. The fourth course was a black bass, again cooked to perfection. The fish meat fell apart and melted in the mouth. Service was attentive and hospitable. Great wine list. And for a fine dining establishment, our bill came out to about 80 dollars per person, including wine. Quite reasonable.
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