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Lolo’s Surf Cantina

September 30, 2019

Lolo’s Surf Cantina is a Baja-inspired Mexican eatery and bar located in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood. Open daily from 11 a.m.until closing Lolo’s reflects the spirit of Mexican hospitality with bold and inventive fare sourced locally. The flavor forward menu is loaded with gluten free options (GF) (see below) and was crafted by Richard Ampudia, a Mexico City native hailed as the “Godfather of Mexican Street Food.” The accessibly priced menu focuses on authentic and traditional Mexican cuisine,…

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Recipes

Rustic & Aromatic Pasta with Parmigiano Reggiano

October 17, 2016

Parmigiano Reggiano cheese is made with just three ingredients: superb milk, sea salt, and natural rennet. No additives or preservatives are used, ever, to make the real parmesan cheese. This is why it is considered by many to be “the king of cheeses.” As a Parmigiano Reggiano Ambassador, it is our privilege to bring you the first gluten-free recipe of our “Gluten-Free Cooking with Parmigiano Reggiano” series. In honor of National Pasta Day, Munch Miami has created a delicious and simple…

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Lan Pan-Asian Cafe

September 22, 2016

Lan Pan Asian Cafe brings a unique twist to Pan Asian cuisine tying in flavors from Japan, China, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam. Zagat rated, and named one of Miami’s 8 under the radar Japanese restaurants… you must visit! Located in the Dadeland Station in South Miami, this casual no-reservations needed restaurant doesn’t try to frill you with a fancy over the top ambiance, but rather lets it’s food speak for itself. Asian cuisine is not normally recognized for it’s gluten…

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Temple Street Eatery

January 25, 2016

Named after a very popular street in Hong Kong, China, Temple Street Eatery is an Asian-American restaurant with a “Chino-Latino” flair. Located in the F.A.T. Village in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., this fast-casual eatery, owned by Chefs Diego Ng and Alex Kuk, has been growing steadily over the past 18 months due to their unique twist on traditional Asian cuisine. Their mission is to create comfort foods reminiscent of their family’s home cooking that meets the affordability of traditional Southeast Asian street food.…

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