Time Out Miami Market

I had not been to Miami Beach in ages and I was so glad to be back in this area. Time Out Miami Market is an upscale yet casual food court that offers many food choices for all diners. We visited 4 different stalls and tried food from Vietnam, Perú, Italy, and America, of course.

We had 2 dishes from 33 Kitchen ( Peruvian Cuisine)

Ceviche mixto –  Fresh Corvina, octopus, and shrimp, marinated in lemon juice

ceviche mixto 2 (1 of 1)

Grilled octopus – Sweet potato puree, mint, and cilantro chimichurri

We had 2 dishes from KUSH ( American Food)

Alligator bites – Fresh local alligator from Dade City, FL, fried and seasoned with Old Bay, served with creamy garlic and cocktail sauce.

Alligator bites

Classic Burger – Burger topped with shredded lettuce, tomato, sliced white onion, dill pickles, sharp Wisconsin cheddar, yellow mustard, and mayonnaise, served on a challah bun

Classic Burger

From Pho Mo ( Vietnamese)

Hanoi lemongrass chicken

Five-spiced roasted pork

Served with house pickles, jalapeño, fresh herbs, rice noodles, lettuce, bean sprouts, peanuts, nuoc cham (all gluten-free)

Hanoi lemongrass chicken

We had Tiramisu from Bachour, an international pastry shop.

Desserts from Bachour

Time Out Miami Market is an ideal place to hang out – great for couples, families, singles: anyone who enjoys good food in a cool atmosphere.

Timeout Market Miami

1601 Drexel Ave, Miami, FL 33139

(786) 753-5388

https://www.timeout.com/miami/time-out-market/eateries

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