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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Emili Kaufman 18/04/2018
Shocked at how bad my experience was here. I came because the outdoor area is beautiful but the service and food was possibility the worst I’ve ever had. I ordered the egg white soufflé and when I punctured my knife into it it was totally undercooked and runny. I politely told them I’d like to order something else but was never given a menu or attended by a waiter after that. I had to get up to pay for my coffee and they still charged me for the soufflé and asked if I was going to move my bag because people sitting in the sun wanted my table. It was an over all humiliating experience.
Vincent Fung 09/04/2018
What a great cafe! We stopped in here for a late lunch and the food was absolutely amazing! We had the grilled salmon as my main and the salmon tostados. Best grilled salmon I have ever had! The sauce was to die for and the grilled vegetables were absolutely perfect. We got caught in a ridiculous downpour so had to wait it out and we also had cappuccinos while waiting and it was the best cappuccino I have had in a long time. There happened to be a private party in part of the restaurant and there was a mariachi band playing there so it also made for a bonus that we had some fabulous live music. I would highly recommend this restaurant. The prices were good, the service was a tad slow, but the food was absolutely amazing!
Sarah Elles Boggs 22/03/2018
Mexican food isn't supposed to be fancy, so I typically turn my nose up to restaurants that overdo it, but Cantina La Veinte is more than just a Mexican restaurant. It's a blast! The decor is as busy as the restaurant, so call ahead if you have a big party. Make sure to try the guacamole too. From the biggest guacamole snob in town, this is my advice.
Marco Roca 19/03/2018
This is without a doubt the best Mexican restaurant in Florida. The only other Cantina La Veintes are in Mexico City, where the concept also has met outstanding success. Trust me, it is well-deserved. The food is authentic and mouth-watering. The vibe and atmosphere are every bit as stunning—there’s always a good crowd, the restaurant is situated on the water, and the decorative Mexican artifacts and lighting is simply gorgeous. Top it all off with a talented Mariachi group playing songs on request on certain nights, and you’ve got yourself some of the most fun to be had in the Brickell area.
Mary Calero 25/01/2018
Great place to Go!!! * Absolutely beautiful! There is no little piece of the restaurant without a colorful decoration. * Awesome atmosphere with the mariachis. * Guacamole and Margaritas are fantastic. * Food is good, not pig portions though. * Service is great, waiters are awesome. * Nice view.

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