GK Bistronomie is the sultry creation of Chef Rafael Perez, located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District. Its modern architecture and artsy interior bring together nautical illustrations, intricate mirrors and vitalizing music over aqua-toned table settings. This eclectic and sophisticated atmosphere features an open kitchen with a ceviche bar that lets guests peer into the preparation of freshly made ceviches. The bar carries a selection of the finest flavored Peruvian piscos, offering tantalizing Pisco Sours, Chilcanos and an array of gins. Guests are invited to indulge in an exquisite selection of menu offerings, such as Pisco Cured Salmons with creme frache, Duck Breast in peppery Aji amarillo, Sous Vide Main Lobster tail sprinkled with mascarpone cheese, and delicate Mushroom and Yuzu ceviche. GK Bistronomie is more than a seafood restaurant, it is a voyage that transports guests to a sea of epicurean discovery. Textures, colors and aromas are uniquely crafted to entice all senses, creating an experience that is truly a work of art. Here is more information about GK Bistronomie :
According to Eater :
“The 3,629-square-foot space, located right across the street from the Warby Parker store, will feature both indoor and outdoor seating and a pisco bar. Behind the new restaurant is restauranteur and chef Rafael Perez, who has owned four restaurants in Ecuador including Relais & Chateaux, which was once named a top 300 restaurant in the world. He also has worked in several local kitchens including Little Palm Island Resort and Spa in Little Torch Key and the Setai.” written by Olee Fowler.
According to New Times :
“Perez, who hails from Peru’s capital, Lima, says the menu at GK Bistronomie will offer traditional Peruvian staples, along with many dishes drawn from the chef’s experiences. “We’re using mostly Peruvian products prepared with very modern techniques.” The menu is comprised of four sections including tiraditos, appetizers, and main courses, mainly influenced by local Florida fish and Peruvian cuisine, and includes the chef’s favorite dishes from working in kitchens in Peru, Ecuador, and the United States. Dishes include foie gras empanadas, Maine lobster carpaccio, grilled octopus, black grouper ($28), cornish hen ($22), and a rib eye ($48).” written by Laine Doss.
According to Yelp :
“What can I say, hats off to Chef Perez. We just relocated to Wynwood and as a food lover I’m in the process of trying everything within walking distance and more…A few weekends ago we saw this space changing and getting ready to open. Tonight we called to ask if they were open and although only their second day of a very soft launch we stopped by. They may not have their beer delivered yet but all cocktails we tried were on point. Service and hostess were delightful…decor very understated and comfortable with a quite lovely ambiance. So here’s where it gets good, really good. If they can keep up on the food standards based on this evenings performance in the kitchen, this spot has the chance to be something extremely special, I mean Dolce Italian (South Beach spot we tried not long ago), special…if not better. We took pictures of the food but because of the amazing presentation I feel compelled to not share and spoil, as it’s art unto itself.” written by Boyd ( Rated 5 Stars ).
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