Juvia Review

Juvia, named after a brazilian nut is Asian / Peruvian fusion on top of the beautiful 1111 Building at the end (or the beginning? lol) of Lincoln Road. The chefs are all top notch and include a Daniel Boulud prodigy, to Sunny Oh from Nobu.

We were greeted by a GM named Jaime  who sat us down and were immediately blown away by the atmosphere. Gorgeous rooftop, 20-25 foot tall organic vertical garden (created by a man from Taiwan that has apparently done wall gardens for Oprah and the Queen). The music was fantastic and we caught ourselves shazaming and purchasing a few tracks throughout the evening. Indoor and outdoor seating with a majestical bar made out of amethyst. Oh and did I mention the view. It’s crazy sick – awe-struck. But I digress… We were served by Matt who took us on a culinary journey while providing great attention and top notch service.

They offer a wonderful cocktail selection. 14 different drinks all made with organic fresh squeezed juices. With that said, we had:

Purple Rain – grey goose, chicha morada and fresh lemon sour.

Nashi Pear Sangria – Sauvignon blanc, Asian pear, St. Germain, canton, ambria

Salmon Nashi – truffle oil, dry miso, micro arugula

Causa Croquette – tuna, red onion, cilantro, aji amarillo aioli

Unagi Chocolate – Causa, chocolate eel sauce

Sea Scallops Plancha – black trumpet, yellow chanterelles, garlic chips

Chilean Seabass – maple glazed eggplant, Hawaiian heart of palm, basil soy butter

Juvia Chocolate Croustillant – cafe caramel sauce

Alexandra’s Choco Berry Sundae – crumble, strawberry granite

A serious contender in Miami Beach. Cocktails, atmosphere, music, food and flawless service.

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