The Bazaar by, James Beard Award-winning Chef, José Andrés lights up Miami with a vibrant mix of sophisticated cuisine and a playful indoor-outdoor space by Philippe Starck.

The Bazaar menu blends Andrés Spanish heritage and personal ingenuity with influences from the local Latin culinary tradition.

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Naomi Katz 12/12/2017
I have never had more rude and defensive waiters. These guys were next level rude. And the food was presented in the weirdest way by them, yelling at you. The food was alright, overpriced for sure. I kept noticing how much drama the waiters had going on with the other tables and we honestly ended up making jokes over it since it was almost like watching a bad episode of snl.
Alex Quinones 27/11/2017
The food was overall good, but definitely not worth the hype. The serving sizes are laughable bordering pretentious. I understand the concept of small portions and presentation but it went too far. I would give 3 or 4 stars but here is why I dock it to 2: there are Bao buns on the menu but what we were served were pork sliders on Brioche buns. These are not Bao Buns by definition and is misleading. Please don’t call them Bao buns if they are pork sliders served on Brioche bread. I then told the waiter this and he agreed. However, he responded with “I can’t disagree with the chef” which I found a little off putting. We asked to take them off the bill which they did.
Will Black 23/11/2017
Expensive but worth it. Great food and service from staff. Was with the whole family so we went with the chefs selection - great family meal.
Jo Cheng 26/10/2017
Amazing amazing tapas food! A little bit pricey but totally worth it! Around 3 orders per person. Some dishes are medium size so you might get full just order 2 dishes. If you love food from Spain you should try here!!
Lionel L 10/08/2017
The menu we found at The Bazaar was incredible and innovative. We were lucky enough to visit during Miami Spice and were happy to see that the menu was consistent with their regular menu. All the dishes we tried were incredible, and since this is a tapas restaurant, our server Johnny's knowledge and recommendations of which dishes complement each other were very welcome. The Cuban Coffee Rubbed Churassco dish was one of the best dishes I've eaten anywhere. The service was excellent as would be expected at a restaurant of this stature. It was quick, efficient, polite and professional. As a result of this experience, I'll be seeking out other restaurants by José Andrés.
Monday

6pm – 11pm

Tuesday

6pm – 11pm

Wednesday

6pm – 11pm

Thursday

6pm – 11pm

Friday

6pm – 12am

Saturday

6pm – 12am

Sunday

6pm – 11pm

Bar Centro Open Daily Until 1am Brunch Served Saturdays 11am – 2:30pm