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Plant Miami

105 NE 24 St. (2nd Ave.) Send to Phone
An ode to the plant kingdom at Wynwood's The Sacred Space Miami.

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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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Plant Miami Restaurant Review

: Welcome to this plant kingdom and temple of raw at Wynwood's The Sacred Space Miami. Here, poke has tropical fruit rather than tuna, and cacio e pepe tops kelp noodles in the place of spaghetti and cashew cream and truffle caviar make you forget all about cheese. Speaking of cheese, there's a platter of faux and completely animal-free cheese and it includes nut-based (cashew or macadamia) white-truffle, smoked cheddar, mixed peppercorn and blue (spiked with spirulina to get its color). Nothing is what it seems, and that's part of the appeal, as this fully vegetarian eatery is often packed with carnivores looking for a refreshing yet hearty break from steak and eggs. They get it with the dumplings, squash lasagna and jackfruit tacos al pastor. The menu (like the minimalist space) isn't very extensive, but it has everything you'd want when it comes to a meal based on plants. And for dessert? You'll find passionfruit flan, chocolate pineapple cake and seasonal cheesecake.



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