From pumpkin-flavored pastries to hardy fall-inspired dishes, some of Miami’s top restaurants are adding new menu items to honor the season change. As the temperature begins to drop and pumpkins begin to appear, it’s time to indulge in some delicious autumn cuisine!
MILA is tapping into their MediterrAsian style of cuisine with the new Seasonal Mushroom Hotpot. This take on the traditional Chinese hotpot dish is absolutely delicious made with mushrooms, La Maja, Spanish olive oil and fresh truffle shavings. This unique dish is the perfect sharing item for the table, keeping it light and vegetarian.
Pura Vida’s new Pumpkin Spice Croissant is the perfect fall menu addition. The croissant is filled with a sweet pumpkin spice cheesecake and dipped in caramelized white chocolate. Adding even more fall flavors, the croissant is topped with roasted pepitas, also known as pumpkin seeds and white chocolate curls. This sweet croissant is a go-to fall order, all you need is some apple cider and you’re practically transported out of the Miami heat!
There is truly nothing better than a bowl of soup when the seasons change, and Buya Izakya + Yakitori is serving up some delicious new ramen dishes. The new, Crispy Duck Ramen is a must-order made with in-house Tonkotsu broth, confit duck, bok choy and caramelized kimchi. Not only will this bowl of ramen fuel your body, but the flavors are absolutely insane. Chef Lewis, the mastermind behind this dish, explained that the caramelized kimchi adds the perfect kick!
Estiatorio Ornos took the task of fall menu items very seriously! The new Braised Lamb Shank dish is the warm bite, that feels and tastes like home cooking. The dish is served alongside Hilopites, a traditional Greek pasta dish, which is tossed in a delicious tomato sauce with grated kefalograviera cheese. Not only does this dish taste absolutely delicious, but all the elements make up the perfect home cooking-inspired dish.
In honor of Día De Los Muertos, Toro Toro is adding new cocktail and food menu items. The Día De Los Muertos and fall exclusives include entrees such as, Chile Ancho Confi and Braised Short Rib. But the real star of the show, really sticking to fall-inspired cuisine is the Pumpkin Bread Cake. This delicious dessert is made with caramel tacha pumpkin, orange blossom milk, spiced pepitas, and to finish it off, topped with cinnamon ice cream. These delicious sweet and savory dishes will be available from October 5 through November 2 as part of Chef Richard Sandoval’s global Día De Los Muertos campaign.