At the SLS South Beach Hotel, you find The Bazaar, whose fame rests on the accoladed Spanish chef José Andrés, who being a young man established himself in Washington and from there dedicated for 20 years to reinvent the most popular dishes of the Latin, Caribbean, Asian, and of course, Spanish cuisine.
Each and every gastronomic creation embodies the flavor recollection of its country of origin, which prods you into a journey of flavors and aromas. The presentations of the dishes, often spinoffs from original renowned dishes, end up as beautiful masterworks. Of course, there are some creations made in honor of the master of modern gastronomy, Ferran Adrià.
The Bazaar boasts a wide-ranging selection of wines featuring wines from the Ribera del Duero and La Rioja. The staff stands out for its amicable and dedicated treatment. The ambience is pleasant and it is not uncommon to exchange points of view with other diners about the quality of each dish.
The restaurant is decked out with a simple yet eye-catching decor; some of its walls are painted as bookshelves resembling a library, and in the middle of the restaurant there is a noteworthy and huge lamp that looks like it was made of sea shells.