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A meeting place day and night
In the Orilla I probably had the best Caesar Salad ever!
From the outside, it looks like a jungle. A lovely setting with lots of wooden furniture and plants.
Velvet chairs, marble tables, metal fittings and decor. A wonderful mix of materials and textures. It’s like stepping into a luxurious jungle camp.
The food is excellent. We especially liked the Caesar salad. The presentation and the taste really did it for us… as for the dessert… you will just have to go yourself and try it out!
And if you can’t go to Miami or Buenos Aires, then check out his website for yummy recipes!
Fernando Trocca is a brilliant cook!
Dress code: smart
As a natural result of seeing his grandmother Serafina cooking and being delighted with her dishes he decided to start his culinary education at the age of 18. That was the starting point of a learning path that took him to work alongside some of the best Chefs in Argentina, well-known Chefs such as Francis Malllman.
He continued his culinary formation in Italy, France and Spain. At the age of 22, Trocca was in charge of Llers, his first successful restaurant. He moved to New York and ran the kitchen at Vandam, a celebrity favorite in those days. After his return to Argentina he opened Sucre in 2001, one of the most prestigious restaurants in the country and was featured as one of the 50 best Latin American restaurants list two consecutive years.
In 2014 Trocca opened Mostrador Santa Teresita along restaurateur Martin Pittaluga (Quinto La Huella Miami, La Huella Punta Del Este) a seasonal restaurant in the charming town of Jose Ignacio, Uruguay, one of the must go to places when visiting Punta Del Este. In late 2018, his latest outpost, Orilla opened its doors at Urbanica Suites Hotel, showcasing a simple and affordable but well executed cuisine. And now in 2019 Orilla Bar and Grill In Miami.
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|Interior Design Style:||Contemporary, South American|
|Phone:||✆+1 305 – 397 – 8806|
Affordable and authentic South American cuisine using local produce
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