Spa at Mandarin Oriental Miami
Calling this spa over the top is an understatement. Treatments utilize materials like bamboo and rice paper, and services include...
Brickell Avenue Bridge & Brickell Key
Crossing the Miami River, the lovely Brickell Avenue Bridge between SE 4th St and SE 5th St was made wider and higher several years ago,...
Brickell Key looks like a floating porcupine with condos for quills, and is worth visiting to get a scary glimpse of a world where...
The high-class lobby bar here may be tiny, but its martini menu – more than 250 strong – isn’t. The views aren’t bad either.
Falling-water windows, clean metallic spaces and curving copper facades complement one of the nicest views of the city. The...
Café Sambal information
Lonely Planet review
Sambal sports what we can only describe as ‘Nouveau-rice-farmer-conical-hat chic’ and serves intriguing pan-Asian fare in a more laid-back setting than upstairs Azul (both located in the Mandarin Oriental Miami. The just-out-of-the-ocean-fresh sushi and rice crab cakes are worth a try, as is the critically acclaimed small-plates menu.