Have you ever been to a good restaurant that serves amazing food and to top it off, it reminds you of good home cooking! Casa Larios in South Miami is that place every time I visit. From the friendly service to the tasty Cuban cuisine that never disappoints.
Dim Sum lunch has never started so spectacular! Black Brick in Midtown Miami showcases this delicious shrimp with local vegetables and a tangy pumpkin, sweet & sour dipping sauce egg roll. The rest of the meal comes with pork & shrimp dumplings, hot tea and for dessert an Azucar Ice Cream with Wife Hales’ fortune…
This Bourbon glazed pork belly rib is paired with cabbage and a steamed toasted bun. Very tender and flavorful. They are serve at Buns & Buns at Sunset in Miami. Good portions and the buns are always fresh and warm. Simple menu but the options are pretty good.
Sugar Reef Grill in Hollywood Florida sure serves a good Cajun Pork Sandwich. Freshly made Mango relish over Cajun style pork seasoned to perfection. With tomatoes, lettuce and a dab of mayo. Home fries come as a side to compliment your sandwich. One thing to know is that this was a special of the day…
Talking about comfort food! A pair of poached eggs over apple-braised pork debris and an open-faced buttermilk biscuit, finished with Hollandaise was satisfying! The pork was excellent and the eggs on top where delicious. What a treat at The Ruby Slipper Café in New Orleans. #sharemyplate
This is always a treat! Blueberry pancakes with chocolate chips drizzled with warm maple syrup. On the side you have pork sausages and real blueberries and raspberries just to make it look amazing! My awesome Babes make these and they surely bring a smile to my face and stomach.
This delicious and unique pizza is totally an amazing experience. The slow roasted pork with the fig combination is delicious. With onions, Fontina cheese and arugula really makes this pizza unique. Harry’s Pizzeria in Buena Vista near the Design District makes a couple of really good pizzas to choose from. They also have local beers too.
If you are ready for a real traditional Vietnamese dish in Little Havana you should try Hy Vong. This restaurant has been here since 1980 and it seems that it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. The Thit Kho dish is a pork stewed in coconut milk. They serve it with a side of warm rice. Check…
Ground veal, venison, pork, porcini mushrooms and parmesan come together in this appetizing dish. The parmesan shavings on top are fresh and with the blend of the meats and pasta it becomes an instant hit! Where else can you get this dish but MC Kitchen in the Design District.
This coming Sunday try to stop by Khong River House for a great brunch! These rotisserie pork buns are warm and tangy with a little kick. They come with fresh cilantro, cucumber, house made pickles and a spicy vinaigrette on a soft fresh steamed bun. They go well with any of their bottomless bar drinks too.