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Quinto La Huella

788 Brickell Plaza Send to Phone
786-805-4646
First U.S. outpost of Latin America’s Parador La Huella proffers wood-grilled meats, sushi and views of Brickell City Centre.

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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.
Open late
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Quinto La Huella Restaurant Review

: Tucked away on the fifth floor of EAST, Miami (the flagship hotel of Brickell City Centre) is Quinto La Huella. This incarnation of Latin America’s Parador La Huella has the same emphasis on grilled meats that emerge from a wood-fire oven, one of the many focal points of the expansive indoor/outdoor restaurant that's a mix between rustic hacienda and urban jungle oasis. Meals begin with proper bread and butter service. Keep the bread coming with the spicy salami and pepperonatta pizza. Cheese is available in multiple forms: grilled-to-a-sizzle provolone or burrata-style accompanied with wood-fired pumpkin and with chile. Consider going here with a group and eat your way through the plethora of cuts, specifically the Uruguayan grass-fed rib-eye. Steak Milanese and black squid ink rice with langoustines and dollops of aïoli are entrée highlights. Sushi is quite fresh; try the Blamanru roll (white fish, mango and arugula) or come during brunch when you can have all the sushi your stomach and the buffet can afford. For dessert, head straight for the volcan de dulce de leche, which translates to “caramel volcano.” After dinner, take the elevator up to the 40th floor where rooftop drinking den Sugar mixes up Asian-inspired handcrafted libations amidst some of the sweetest views anywhere in Miami.



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