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Foodies LLC



Name: Franco Interian
Restaurant Pick: Aladdin Market & Grill

We were circling the establishment a few times trying to find parking. We finally found a spot about two blocks away. We arrived at the restaurant around 8pm. I arrived with my wife and we immediately loved the décor, trendy Hong Kong vibes. Followed by the row of SAKE bottles that they offer. We were already in heaven. They greeted us immediately and sat us right away. Right off the bat, they provided water and recommended a few items off the menu. Ask about what is our tolerance level to spicy food, which I thought I had a good tolerance level until that night. It was empty, I feel it had to do to it being Wednesday, not cause of the quality. We went on to order our food based on some reviews and recommendations. The Chili Boiled Beef was HUGE! That meal is for at least 2-3 people. The spices in that entrée where unlike any “heat” I have encountered before. Very spicy but not unpleasant. The sake helped and of course the unique but delicious desert really topped it off.

Name: Frances Gomez
Restaurant Pick: La Taberna Giralda

Parking my car in the downtown area on a Sunday was no problem at all. Upon my arrival, I was immediately greeted and given a menu. The server was very informative. They have a pretty extensive menu, but I ordered dishes that I am familiar with.  The appetizer came out immediately. The spring rolls were a little greasy so I couldn’t taste any seasoning, just crispiness. My two entrees came out quickly right after I had eaten the spring rolls.  Both the rice and the noodle dishes were bland.  I found the noodles over cooked & limp.

Name: Xiaohui (“Shou-hwee”) Liu
Restaurant Pick: Foodies LLC

This is an amazing authentic Asian restaurant located in downtown Miami. The menu offeres a wide variety of delicious and mouthwatering starters and main courses that will appeal to all. During our visit, my friends and I ordered the dim-sum platter and the crispy shrimp ball as our appetizers; for only $20! After that, our entrée was the Peking duck, which is a dish from Beijing (Peking) that has been prepared since the Imperial era. The flavor was incredible and so yummy, taste like the same from my hometown. 

Restaurant Information

Restaurant Name: Foodies LLC. 
Location: 1371 NE Miami Court. Miami, FL 33132 
Parking: Paid Street Parking
Phone: 786-522-2419
Restaurant Owners: Yu Bi & Ting Jun Lei
Executive Chef: Ali
Pastry Chef: No

Type of Cuisine: Chinese
Signature Dishes: Peking duck, Pineapple Sweet & SourChicken, Dim Sum Platter
Vegetarian Options: YES
Alcohol Served: YES
Corkage Fee: NO
Bottle Limit: N/A

Restaurant Hours:
Monday –12PM-10PM
Tuesday – 12PM-10PM
Thursday –12PM-10PM
Friday – 12PM-10:30PM
Saturday –12PM-10:30PM
Sunday – 12PM-10PM 

Meals Served: Lunch & Dinner
Prix Fix Menu: NO
Take-Out: YES
Delivery: YES
Average Dinner Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $25
Average Lunch Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $16 Lunch Special
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? All
Accept Reservations: Only on weekdays
Need Reservations: No
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: Same day

Accommodations for Children: YES
Dining Style: Casual
Disabled Access: YES
Restaurant Size: 40
Accommodate Groups: YES
Private Dining Room: NO
Tables with Scenic Views: NO
Outdoor Dining: YES
Entertainment: NO