Join an insider to discover the culinary and cultural secrets that Miami South Beach has in store for you and pamper your taste buds.
Experience a culinary tour with a total of five stations
Learn more about the secrets of local cuisine and enjoy delicious tastings
Take a relaxed and casual walk and enjoy the beauty of the surroundings
Explore the culinary specialties of Miami.
Join your guide on a stroll through the streets of Miami South Beach and discover the true secrets of this area so popular with visitors. Leave the tourist masses behind you and get an authentic insight that is not stingy with pleasures. From a Cuban juice palace to one of the city's oldest restaurants, your guide will show you the elegance and daily life in Miami with the best local food you can find. You will taste the influences of different immigrants as well as innovative creations.
Your tour begins with the famous "Sanduche Cubano", a delicious sandwich topped with marinated pork, sweet ham and Swiss cheese. Next, your palate will be surprised with fresh ceviche, a delicate raw fish embedded in aromatic citrus fruits and spices, followed by a Bahamian delicacy, the conch fritter. This delicious dish of mussel meat and spices is also said to have an aphrodisiac effect. The finish is a classic, homemade lime cake, which is very popular in Florida. In addition, a secret treat awaits you, which you will not learn about until the day of the tour.
Please contact the organiser in advance if you have allergies or food intolerances.
• Foods and drinks
Meet your guide by the first palm tree on the left in South Pointe Park near the black fountains located by the main park sign (South Pointe Dr and Washington Ave).
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