Cantina La Veinte’s Executive Chef, Santiago Gomez (33) is a talented young toque who offers a playful, yet sophisticated approach to traditional Mexican cuisine. 

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Nathalie N 17/09/2017
Rudest hostess I've ever met. I understand if you a busy but if I ask you a question in a polite manner you answer me with the same respect. Disgusting, will be moving forward on reporting this.
Li Torres 02/06/2017
Pricey but delicious and fun. I love sitting outside with a view of the walkway and boats after a long day. All the staff/waiters are very helpful and friendly. The food is great but the drinks are better.
Maria Guernsey 15/08/2017
The restaurant is located on the bay and is nicely decorated. We were seated inside but did go downstairs to checkout the view and it was beautiful. We were there for my son's birthday and we brought our own cake. Right off the server told me that whe would be happy to serve the cake for us for an outrageous fee of $8 per person. We were a party of 6 so $54 to cut OUR cake. Absurd, right? Needless to say, we took the cake home and had it there. We asked for menu recommendations and the server conveniently suggested the most expensive plates. The food was ok but way overpriced for the quality. The beet salad was tasteless just thrown on the plate. Maybe if the restaurant included a 15 or 20% tip on the bill instead of a measly 10% we would have gotten better service. The server deserved less than 10% for her performance. Her search for the big tip was the main reason for this terrible review. At this point, I don't even know if it is policy to charge $8 per person to slice a cake or it was the server thinking about her 10%. I will not be back there. So many wonderful places to eat in Miami. GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!
Veronica P 24/09/2017
Miami Spice 2017: Pricey restaurant with hit or miss dishes. The service is excellent, decor is fun to look at, and the ambiance is calm and relaxing. The outside seating is usually only for the deli area of the restaurant. It was not open for dinner when we came. Recommendations: The calamari was SO flavorful- highly recommend it. The cilantro rice is very tasty and all the veggies that came with it were delicious as well. For dessert, you cannot go wrong with the churros. The white sangria was sweet yet strong. 2 thumbs up! Cons: would not recommend the sopes de pollo (they did not taste like anything really). The tres leches comes with a coffee based chocolate syrup. Without it, it was very bland. With the sauce, the tres leches was good but tasted more like tiramisu. Overall, pretty good visit but to be honest, nothing outside of the Miami Spice menu really drew our attention.
Amy Juez 14/08/2017
The ambiance is incredible! The desserts were wonderful. The entrees were alright but, I'd go back.
Monday

12 PM–12 AM

Tuesday

12 PM–12 AM

Wednesday

12 PM–12 AM

Thursday

12 PM–12 AM

Friday

12 PM–1 AM

Saturday

1:30 PM–1 AM

Sunday

12:30 AM –11PM