This week, with Maison & Objet taking place in Miami, we gathered a few suggestions for you to spend a lovely time with beautiful places, overindulgent service, and the best food of Miami. Take a look and pick up your favourite middle eastern restaurant in Miami.
Everything, from the softly-lit marble water wall, to the fresh cut grass beneath your feet, the sleek ultra-sued banquettes, the frolic-friendly cargo net in the infamous VIP room, the pressed copper and mahogany bars, the steamy DJ booth where sensual tunes spin till dawn, and the authentic tantric sculptures, has been designed to awaken each of your five senses.
The food also dazzles, reflecting both owner Tim Hogle’s dedication to aphrodisiac cuisine and Chef Jeffrey Beauchamp’s own signature culinary style, featuring a creative blend of flavors from the Orient.
With brightly colored ceiling and swaths of fabric hanging from the windows, and by an array of authentic Middle-Eastern art, such as the traditional paintings and lamps, Marhaba is another great option for middle eastern food lovers.
Those aromas come from the unique blend of spices Marhaba uses in a variety of signature Lebanese specialties, which are made from traditional family recipes. A particular favorite is Kibbeh Nayeh, made according to a recipe that has been traditionally passed on for generations.
Bringing influences from throughout the Middle East, the restaurant boasts Moroccan artwork and tapestries, bronze Egyptian chandeliers, and warm burgundy draperies.
The weekday lunch specials bring in loyal locals during the day, while an extensive menu of kebabs, platters, and group dinners bring in an array of nighttime diners.
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The upstairs private room, complete with a full bar and outdoor patio, can be reserved for your own personal Arabian nights party. For a taste of the true Mediterranean, step into Maroosh.