About The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach
Miami Beach, FL 33139
The Bazaar by James Beard Award Wining Chef José Andrés is a world-renowned restaurant combining vibrant sophisticated cuisine and playful indoor and outdoor lounge spaces.
Dining transcends into fête extraordinaire as guests enjoy a collection of imaginative culinary experiences that offer pioneering delicacies and delicious libations. A story in contrasts, The Bazaar menu blends tradition and ingenuity in true Spanish style and mixes them with influences from South Beach’s local Latin flavors and rich history.
Latin / Spanish, Tapas / Small Plates, Spanish
Hours of Operation:
Sun-Thurs 6pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 6pm-12am
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Open Table names the Bazaar by José Andrés Beverly Hills & South Beach the best Hotel Restaurants in America!
sbe Catering offers The Bazaar's award-winning Spanish cuisine by James Beard award-winning chef José Andrés at any location, for intimate dinners at home, meetings at the office or elaborate parties just about anywhere. Customize your event with tray-passed service, seated dinners or chef’s stations. sbe Catering can do it all! Visit sbe.com/events or call 305.916.6111 to plan your event today.
Valet parking is available at the SLS Hotel.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
From intimate to grand, let sbe Events & Catering plan your perfect event at The Bazaar. The Bazaar accommodates up to 175 guests with design by Philippe Starck, on-site and off-site catering, custom menus by James Beard award-winning chef José Andrés, and premium mixology and specialty cocktails. Visit sbe.com/events or call 305.916.6111 to plan your event today.
From intimate to grand, let sbe Events & Catering plan your perfect event at The Bazaar. The Bazaar South Beach accommodates up to 400 guests with design by Philippe Starck, on-site and off-site catering, custom menus by James Beard award-winning chef José Andrés, and premium mixology.
The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach Ratings and Reviews
In a nutshell, save your money. I thoug ...
In a nutshell, save your money. I thought a recent review by a diner who stated that the Bazaar was more tricks than substance may have had a bad experience. Unfortunately, my experience mirrored his. It seems to be more focused on presentation and molecular gastronomy than the substance of the food. I wanted to be wowed or, at the very least, mildly impressed. I was neither. We tried 8 dishes and only one of them (Keuh Pai Ti) could be deemed very good. Again, nothing was bad, but for the price and the hype, I expected much much more. Two days later and I am still trying to understand what was paella-style about the Black Rossejat other than the dish it was served in. I am from New Orleans and often walk out of a restaurant highly satisfied with my meal, so it may be that I am spoiled and have lofty expectations of a restaurant. For all of the hype surrounding The Bazaar, they do not deliver. For the money I spent, I sorely wish they had.
Javier was wonderful, the rest of the st ...
Javier was wonderful, the rest of the staff very attentive but not intrusive. Everyone's recommendations were on the money- things we would never have thought to order but all amazing! This was probably the best meal I've ever eaten.
Les serveurs se sont trompés à plusieurs ...
Les serveurs se sont trompés à plusieurs reprises dans notre commande.
Le système de tapas est mal exploité les portions sont petites même très petites pour certains plats !
Un froid glacial dans le restau, table installée sous la Clim ce qui m'a valut un bon rhume !
We enjoyed the charcuterie, a manchego c ...
We enjoyed the charcuterie, a manchego cheese and two glasses of cava in the outside space. It is a lovely secluded area with a menu selected for the casual atmosphere. The brussel sprouts with lemon air is delicious - one of the best dishes ever. We also had shrimp and the croquettes. The croquettes were rich with béchamel - not to my taste. The flan was the best and true to spanish heritage.
I was less then impressed! I was expect ...
I was less then impressed! I was expecting much more with the presentation and the portions were EXTREMELY small even for tapas.
Maybe if I was a party of 2 it would have been better. It was not good for a larger party.
Some of the best food and wine we've eve ...
Some of the best food and wine we've ever had! Tasting menu along with wine pairing was one extraordinary delight after the next. Service was exceptional and dining room is gorgeous! We will return again and anxious to try his other locations!
Hugely disappointing for such a highly r ...
Hugely disappointing for such a highly rated restaurant. Seated by the bar; of our many courses only a couple were really good. My party of four are all serious foodies so we speak with plenty of experience. Struck us as reinforcing that old addage: beware of hotel based restaurants!
Absolutely outstanding. Not cheap, but ...
Absolutely outstanding. Not cheap, but worth every penny. The food was incredible and the service impeccable. Not sure you can go wrong, but you MUST order at least one Cavier Cone. I've been lucky enough to eat at both Schwa abd Momofuku Ko. The Bazaar is their equal. Great experience!!
We wanted a special restaurant for Chris ...
We wanted a special restaurant for Christmas Day night. We were not disappointed. The food was amazing, combinations of flavours around the world and many Spanish influences.If we have time we will try to go back at the end of our stay. Expensive but worth every penny
We had Christmas dinner here with our tw ...
We had Christmas dinner here with our two kids. Everything was incredible. Our waiter was patient and helpful. Since it's tapas, we all got to choose multiple, different things to order and share and then the entire meal felt like a tasting menu. It's a unique atmosphere and a lot of fun for adventurous eaters.
This was a great meal. Each course was ...
This was a great meal. Each course was more interesting than the next. Although creative molecular gastronomy can put some people off, this was extremely well done. The flavors were a great mix and the preparation was done flawlessly. It's funny how you can come out of a meal eating small bites yet walk away feeling full.
The service was patient, informative and spot on perfect. I recommend this restaurant very highly! Going as a twosome or threesome should work out with a good variety of food to taste. We will return.
My wife and I celebrated our one year an ...
My wife and I celebrated our one year anniversary with a trip to South Beach. This being the "paper" anniversary I thought it would be fitting to accrue as many humongous receipts as possible. Everything in town is expensive. We had a continental breakfast at the hotel that cost $75. It was good but at the Quality Inn that is not only complimentary, it's all you can eat. I'm pretty sure an extra order of miniature blueberry muffins would have costs $10 plus the mandatory 18% gratuity.
Most places we ate included an 18% gratuity in the bill. I'm OK with that. Tipping anything below 20% is scummy. However, they leave a field open for adding more onto the 18%. This is a dilemma for someone like me, who takes a bit of pride in being a generous tipper. The checks come out and I want to toss in a little bit extra but there is already 18% gratuity. Anything below 20% might make you a scumbag, but I'm not about to move to 30% tips. Tip inflation needs to stop somewhere, but it feels bad writing a $20 tip onto a check that looks like a car payment.
So Bazaar ain't cheap. Obviously, we are paying for more than food. I'm not sure there are enough locally sourced, non-GMO, organic, artisan, hand-harvested, walnut-fed ingredients in the world to justify this price. We are paying for an experience. The food is presented with great care. Each bite positioned just so. A course is not just placed on the table, it's introduced. We hear a little backstory.
The wait staff is constantly buzzing around the dining room. My wife got up to use the rest room and one man came over to fold her napkin, then a second came and pushed in her empty chair. Our server was named Lach, and he was a delight. I only hope 18% plus $20 adequately conveys how much we appreciated his attention.
The single bites in front of the tasting menu were incredible. Most of the entrees were very good. The Cubano "pastry" was nasty. The wine pairing served at the perfect pace.
We made a memory at Bazaar.
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