Top Five Salads in Miami: Fried Green Tomatoes, Garden Lettuce, Liquid Mozzarella and More

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Not Your Everyday Caprese at The Bazaar
4. Caprese salad at The Bazaar - $12
Chef and restauranteur Jose Andrés is inspired by vegetables. But its his liquid mozzarella that inspires us. Shaped like a tiny capsule, the mozzarella holds an explosion of fresh cream flavor. Think of the creamiest burrata you have ever tried, but a whole lot better. Paired with cherry tomatoes, this salad has enough texture, flavor and a good dose of Andrés' signature creativity to please anyone. So what if it costs about $4 per morsel?

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Pork onion salad at Yakko-San
3. Pork onion salad at Yakko-San - $7.50
Does deep-fried pork, coupled with sliced radishes, tomatoes, and red onions, really qualify as a salad? We sure think so. This signature salad at North Miami Beach staple, Yakko-San, is dressed with a homemade, secret sauce. The protein-to-vegetable balance might be a little off, but we are easily convinced by the crunchy bites of pork and fresh portions of vegetables. It also helps that this indulgent source of nutrients is less than $8.

Location Info

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Mandolin Aegean Bistro

4312 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

The Bazaar by Jose Andres

1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

Whisk Gourmet Food & Catering

7382 SW 56th Ave., South Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

Yakko-San

3881 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

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4 comments
Susan
Susan

Absolutely disgusting. None of these are fit for a DOG to eat!

Heike Tiegen
Heike Tiegen

I think La sandwicherie has the best salads!

vtorr009
vtorr009

Make your own salad at Pizza Rustica spanks any of these salads and its only $6 for a serving that feeds 2 easily!

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