Summer Truffles at Juvia; Patpong Road Opening
August 20, 2013 | by liana lozada | Food & Drink News
Juvia has added summer truffles to its menu for a limited time.
Summer Truffle Dishes at Juvia: Juvia chef Sunny Oh is topping signature dishes like his salmon nashi and porcini risotto with fresh-shaved truffles from Italy and Australia. The luxurious add-on is available for a limited time and pricing varies. 1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-763-8272
Patpong Road Opens This Friday: The new 50 Eggs-operated spot is located directly above Khong River House. On the menu you'll find elevated street food favorites like mini pad Thai with tofu, drunken rice noodles, and Thai doughnuts, all served alongside new handcrafted cocktails. In keeping with the street food theme, items are served in plastic bags, just as they are in Thailand. 1661 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach
Countdown to Taste Miami: The James Beard Foundation's Taste America makes its Miami stop on Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21. The two-day food festival will flaunt a five-course dinner hosted by Norman Van Aken and Food Network's Ted Allen at the Ancient Spanish Monastery, as well as chef appearances at Sur La Table in Boca Raton. Tickets to the Friday supper begin at $200. [Tickets]
New Menu Items at Steak 954: The W Hotel Fort Lauderdale's anchoring steakhouse has welcomed new menu items for autumn. Tuck into organic salmon with tomato relish; burrata salad; yellowfin tuna tartar with lemon aioli; and, for dessert, either a frozen chocolate and peanut butter layer cake, a bourbon sabayon with pecan streusel, or a graham cracker genoise with blackberry and kaffir lime soda. 401 N. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-414-8333
Katsuya's New Miami Spice Dishes: Wagyu foie gras filet with plum wine sauce and beef yakisoba noodles join Katsuya's Miami Spice menu. Book a room at The SLS Hotel South Beach between now and September 30 and dinner is on the house. Use promo code "SPICE." 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-455-2995
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