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Mediterranean Food Abundance at Miami’s Timo Restaurant

An Order of Sweetbread


The best place to eat is of that where the locals are patrons and the Timo is just that.

This Tim Andriola-helmed and co-owned restaurant excels in cooking strong flavors of Mediterranean cuisine, such as homemade pastas, sweetbreads with aged balsamic vinegars, honey and bacon as well as reasonably-priced artisan pizzas. Parmesan dumplings served in a truffle broth as well as wood-roasted meats are also favorites here.

Find out more about Timo, wherein the main courses start at $9 to $32, in this review posted on travel-oriented website, called Frommer’s:

Among the specialties, try the handcrafted pastas, including foie gras ravioli with wild mushrooms, asparagus, and black truffle jus; sea bass with truffled polenta and roasted wild mushrooms; and a phenomenal veal scaloppini. Less pricey, less heavy items are also available, such as a delicious ricotta-and-fontina wood-fired pizza with white truffle oil -- perfect for lunch or a happy-hour snack.

Catch the rest of the resto review here, and find Mediterranean food in abundance at Miami’s Timo restaurant.

So speak with our travel agents now to begin your culinary adventure in Miami!

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