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Grill Time
Location:
Miami, North Miami
Service: Restaurant, Takeout, Private Parties
Cuisine: Grill, Fish
Category: Meat, Fish
Supervision: Orthodox Rabbinical Board of Broward & Palm Beach Counties (ORB)
Features: Lunch Specials
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Address: 16145 Biscayne Blvd (just South Of 163rd Street) N. Miami Beach, FL 33160
Phone: (786) 274-8935

Opening Hours: Sun - Thu 12:00pm - 10:30pm Friday 12:00pm - 3:30pm Sat 1 hr after Shabbat-12:00am
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About Grill Time Kosher Restaurant:

Grill Time Kosher Restaurant in Miami is decorated in a gold cream color scheme, Grill Time is set in a modern atmosphere with a touch of French Italian ambiance. Grill Time has a strong neighborhood following, and also attracts many out-of-town visitors who take advantage of the warm weather and hot location.

After years in the restaurant business and working with a number of different cuisines, owners Eran Yousafan and Neil Karni decided that it would be exciting to fuse a number of dishes together to make something special. The restaurant is distinctive because it is so much more than meets the eye. You walk in thinking Middle Eastern food but you find a variety of international dishes that will engage both your eyes and your appetite. The owners believe that in order to make a restaurant a success, you must strive to set yourself apart from the crowd and be unique. One of the ways they have added enticement, is by serving 9 complimentary fresh house salads to your table with all entrees.

The Kalbi Pepper Steak, made from the most tender rib steak, offers a taste that exceeds words and is only one of many house specialties. The Lamb Shanks are so tender and the Baby Lamb Ribs are so soft, that they both melt in your mouth. Another must-have is the Chilean Sea Bass Filet, surrounded by roasted garlic and broiled in Sambuca and herbs that has a rich yet delicate flavor. All entrees are served with tomatoes and grilled onions, steamed vegetables and choice of roasted potatoes, homestyle mashed potatoes, rice, majadra or french fries. Their specialty drink list includes smoothies with an assortment of tropical fruit flavors.

For a savory sweetness, try the Bavaria topped with a rich white cream and layered with sweet biscuits. The Bavarian cream is then sprinkled with chocolate to make every bite full of tantalizing flavor.

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