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Graziano's Restaurant Review: When this Graziano’s parent first opened, not even an out-of-the-way location in an unpicturesque West Dade mall prevented many of Miami’s top chefs from flocking to the rustic spot for the traditional Argentine-style beef, roasted on a wood-fired rotisserie-grill. This Hialeah branch has a location that's even less stylish. But the asado---which, unlike offerings at many parrillada places, includes fresh fish, Patagonian prawns, free-range chicken, pork and lamb as well as an assortment of sausages and steaks (the latter served à la carte or in a huge traditional mixed grill)---is definitely done the proper, old-fashioned way. The wine list is legend; hipper than that at many trendier restaurants, it features hot vintages from Italy, Spain and South America, and includes some real bargains, especially among the over 200 Argentinean bottles. Desserts are geared toward the Latin sweet tooth, but an admirable cheese plate, listed as a starter, is a satisfying savory end.