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Ghee Indian Kitchen



Name: May Alvarez 
Restaurant Pick: Edukos Beer House
Reviewed: Ghee Indian Kitchen

I went to the location in downtown Dadeland. Parking is underground in a garage. You can get your parking ticket validated at the restaurant. Walking into Ghee, you can immediately smell the spices in the air. One of their walls, has shelves filled with different spices— it’s actually very pretty. They have an open kitchen, so you can see the chef cooking your food. Service for me was a bit slow. It took a while for me to receive a menu, order my food, and get my dessert. However, when they were attending to me, they were very focused on me and made sure I had all my questions answered. I decided to do the chefs tasting menu where I was able to try more than ten different dishes. I would recommend doing the tasting because you leave with a good understanding of what the restaurant offers, and you also have the opportunity to get out of your comfort zone and see what your taste buds enjoy. Everything I tried was different, full of flavor, and made with love. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone.

Name: Jamie Horwitz 
Restaurant Pick: Ke-Uh
Reviewed: Ghee Indian Kitchen

It was very easy to find, near the design district, right off I-95. We found a parking spot close by and within walking distance. Street parking is available and there was also a parking lot by the restaurant. We were greeted immediately upon entering – it was on the earlier side, so there were a few people in the restaurant. We were brought to a table and when I asked to sit at the one on the end, it was no problem. We were immediately greeted by our friendly server and asked if we had dined at Ghee before. When we said no, she said she was happy to take our drink orders, let us look at the menu and return to answer any questions. She asked what drinks we were thinking and when I said wine, she asked red or white. I was in the mood for white, so she mentioned one that was light and refreshing. She offered me a taste first before committing. We looked at the menu while she was getting the wine (we already brought water upon sitting down). We did have some questions because we weren’t familiar with some of the items even though we have eaten Indian food many times. The menu has a modern fusion take on Indian cuisine but still with some traditional dishes. She answered all of our questions and made some recommendations, since we asked. After ordering, someone brought over a complimentary snack which I always find to be a nice surprise or addition to a restaurant. It was delicious too. We never felt rushed. The ambiance was extremely inviting and pleasant. The music was at a perfect level, and we liked the half open kitchen and the cozy feel of the restaurant. Our appetizer was delicious and filled with flavor. Loved the lettuce to make a wrap with cauliflower and mushrooms. Our main dishes seemed small in size, but we ordered three so with that, the appetizer, and the naan/rice, we had plenty of food and didn’t leave feeling stuffed. The main dishes were flavorful and kept us wanting more even when there wasn’t much left. Our server checked on us several times and was very attentive. We opted to forgo dessert since we were full. I definitely recommend Ghee and would love to visit again to try some of the other menu items. I felt the price was fair and what I would expect for this cuisine and this location. Everyone in the restaurant said goodbye and thanked us as we left.

Name: Aaron Bowles 
Restaurant Pick: Ghee Indian Restaurant
Reviewed: Ghee Indian Kitchen

The restaurant was very busy when we arrived, but we were greeted politely by the hostess and seated immediately. Our waiter was attentive and great at explaining things in a way that was easy to understand if you hadn’t had Indian food before. The ambience was trendy, upbeat and seemed like a place that was quite popular. Unlike some Miami venues with a trendy atmosphere, the food was just as good and provided large portions. Prices were fair for an upscale restaurant. It’s a place I’ve been multiple times and will continue to return to.

Restaurant Information

Location: : 3620 NE 2nd Ave, Miami (With an additional location in Kendall)
Parking: Street Parking
Phone: (786) 636-6122
Restaurant Owners: Niven Patel
Executive Chef: Niven Patel
Pastry Chef: N/A

Type of Cuisine: Indian, Farm-to-table
Signature Dishes: Chicken masala, samosas, Rogan josh, wheat millet
Vegetarian Options: Yes
Alcohol Served: Beer, wine, cocktails
Corkage Fee: $25/bottle
Bottle Limit: 2 maximum

Restaurant Hours: 
Monday– Closed 
Tuesday– 12:00PM- 8:00PM 
Wedensday– 12:00PM- 8:00PM 
Thursday– 12:00PM- 8:00PM 
Friday– 12:00PM- 8:00PM 
Saturday– 12:00PM- 8:00PM 
Sunday– 12:00PM- 8:00PM 

Meals Served: Lunch, dinner
Prix Fix Menu: Yes – Chef’s tasting
Take-Out: Yes
Delivery: Yes
Average Dinner Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $40-60
Average Lunch Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $40-60
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? All major credit cards
Accept Reservations: Yes
Need Reservations: No, but recommended
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: A few days

Accommodations for Children: Yes
Dining Style: Casual
Disabled Access: Yes
Restaurant Size: 60 seats
Accommodate Groups: Yes
Private Dining Room: No
Tables with Scenic Views: No
Outdoor Dining: Yes
Entertainment: No