Chef Dale Talde and partners, David Massoni and John Bush, the successful triumvirate behind TALDE Brooklyn, TALDE Jersey City, Thistle Hill Tavern, Pork Slope, and Bell + Gray invite you to dine at TALDE Miami Beach, a neighborhood restaurant and bar, featuring a creative menu of Asian-American cuisine, inside the oceanfront Thompson Miami Beach hotel, located on 40th Street and Collins Avenue in the heart of Miami Beach. A native of Chicago and raised by first-generation Filipino immigrants, Executive Chef/Partner Dale Talde – a Top Chef alumnus and author of Asian American effortlessly blends the tastes, ingredients and nuances of Eastern and Western cuisines and techniques. The result is a menu that explores new, and at times unexpected, combinations of flavors. TALDE Miami Beach aims to be an enjoyable and simply delicious culinary experience for its neighbors, hotel guests and destination diners. TALDE Miami Beach dishes feature a variety of market-driven ingredients and local Floridian products, combined with Chef Talde’s talents. Here is more information about Talde Miami Beach :
According to New Times :
“This is the third Talde for the chef, with the Top Chef alum vowing to bring his affordable cuisine down south. “We want Talde Miami Beach to be an approachable, everyday locals’ spot, like Talde Brooklyn and Jersey City have become. We want our locals to embrace us as a place where they can get an awesome fucking bowl of ramen at 2 a.m., or just enjoy a consistently great meal with family and friends every time they come in.” Talde’s cooking combines his Filipino heritage with his American upbringing, meshing the flavors of both worlds into his dishes that include favorites like spicy Korean fried chicken ($25), beef short rib kare kare ($20), braised pork shank chow fun ($19), pretzel pork and chive dumplings with spicy mustard ($10), and crispy oyster and bacon pad Thai ($20).” written by Laine Doss.
According to Real Deal :
“TALDE Miami Beach’s menu will feature salads, dim sum, noodles, entrées and side dishes, offering a variety of market-driven ingredients and local Floridian products, according to the release. Helming the kitchen will be Executive Chef Janine Denetdeel who opened the Brooklyn namesake restaurant in 2012. Menu stand-outs include a variety of dim sum such as the pretzel pork and chive dumplings served with spicy mustard dipping sauce; shrimp shumai with Old Bay, corn and Chinese sausage; and noodle dishes like the crispy oyster & bacon pad thai with egg, peanuts and cilantro; and beef short rib kare kare, made with of Hong Kong noodles with peanuts and a Thai chili relish. ”
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