Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Miami restaurant numéro très - Carpaccio

On our last night out in Miami we ventured up to beautiful Bal Harbour Shops, just a 20 minute cab ride from South Beach. I had heard great things about Carpaccio, so we decided to give it a whirl. They don't take reservations and the line was fairly long, but luckily it moved quickly.  What a perfect way to spend our last night! The server was so accommodating and the menu was extremely flexible - don't want a cream sauce? They can change it to a red. Don't want linguine? Try penne instead. Carpaccio was truly a dining experience worth the drive and the line- you can't beat fresh, homemade food paired with a vibrant, social atmosphere.

Quattro Stagioni pizza - eggplant, spinach, mozzareella cheese,
red peppers, and mushrooms
Beef carpaccio with shaved parmesan and arugula
Pennette a la Harry's Bar - Penne with garlic, oil, fresh spinach,
sundried tomatoes, pine nuts, with tomato sauce and parmigiano cheese
Pasta Selvaggio - Linguine in garlic and oil, topped with 3 types of 
mushrooms, spinach, sundried tomatoes, and mozzarella
Tortellini Aurora - Rounded pasta filled with veal in a cream sauce
Grilled prawns with a side of spaghetti in a tomato basil sauce

Back in Toronto now, just in time for a snow/slush storm and 0 degrees weather. *sighhh..

Happy Tuesday!


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