The best Spanish restaurant in Miami.
What can you get in our Spanish Restaurant in Miami
The best Spanish restaurant in Miami
This is due to the fact that we use traditional recipes of the Spanish cuisine and original and local ingredients of the highest quality and freshness.
Paellas and Rice
Why choose us as your Spanish Restaurant in Miami?
- The quality and authentic taste of Spanish food in our restaurant.
- The careful selection of fresh ingredients used to prepare the dishes.
- The variety of dishes offered in our menu either to eat in the restaurant or to take away.
- The customer service is first class both in service and treatment.
- Cleanliness of our facilities and excellent environment for family, friends and business meetings.
Types of Spanish food we offer
Among the Spanish restaurants in Miami, Brisa de España stands out for the diversity of types of food we offer.
You will be able to select from a variety of options for all occasions, from the first meals of the day such as breakfasts rich in typical Spanish proteins, delicious tapas, succulent lunches with traditional desserts and refreshing drinks.
You can choose from beef, poultry, pork, accompanied by sauces, vegetables, seafood, in short, a feast of aromatic and delicious dishes that will delight all your senses.
Eat in our Spanish restaurant in Miami or take out
We offer you the satisfaction of your needs to enjoy a cozy family atmosphere conducive to meetings and celebrations with the best customer service and service orientation as you deserve, or to deliver the exquisite Spanish food you choose from our menu.
- First class service
- Products of unmatched quality and freshness
- Variety of dishes carefully elaborated with the authentic recipes of the traditional Spanish cuisine with a very well cared culinary tradition that will give your palate total and complete satisfaction.
The ingredients of the Spanish food in our Spanish Restaurant in Miami
Locally produced seafood, fish, vegetables, etc., are properly combined to produce the best food in our Spanish restaurant in Miami.
The recipes are adapted to elaborate dishes with the flavor of the traditional Spanish cuisine.
Elaboration of food in Brisa de España
The use of spices in Spanish food is important, which intensify aromas and flavors, including their use in popular cold soups.
When it comes to Spanish restaurant food, the recipes used include black pepper and aromatic herbs such as bay leaf, thyme, rosemary and in the case of Spanish pastries, both cinnamon and sweet cloves.
Brisa de España includes in its menu, dishes elaborated with recipes containing almonds (very abundant in the Spanish countryside) and chocolate, often using vanilla as a flavoring.
This contributes to the fact that we are the best Spanish restaurant in Miami.
Drinks offered at our Spanish Restaurant in Miami
Dishes from Spanish restaurants in Miami
Another well-known Galician delicacy is the cockle empanada, especially from the Rías Baixas. And all this without forgetting the famous Padrón peppers and the "lacón con grelos" (pork shoulder with turnip tops).
Other great delicacies of this cuisine are cod Vizcaína style, Marmitako, squid in its ink, elvers and Tolosa beans.
Also known as " paella negra" is a rice made with squid and its ink, being one of the most popular dishes in any Spanish restaurant in Miami for its strong and delicious flavor.
Spanish Food From the Earth
We are the Spanish restaurant in Miami with a gastronomic offer that includes among its most popular dishes with ingredients of local origin, the traditional roast suckling pig from Castilla.
Castilla y León is rich in meats and depending on the province, you will find one specialty or another.
In León, one of its best known products is cecina, salted and sun-dried meat.
In Avila, the traditional dish is the Iberian black-tailed poultry T-bone steak.
Roast suckling lamb is very typical in Burgos and Segovia, as well as in Palencia, where the entreasado (roast lamb) stands out; and in Zamora, the rabo de ternera de Aliste (veal tail from Aliste) stands out.
Also very common are stews such as maragato (León) and morañego (Ávila), lentil stew from Armuña (Salamanca), crab stew (Palencia) and snail stew from Soria.
Very typical is also the hornazo of Salamanca, the black pudding of Burgos, the potatoes of Valladolid or the yolks of Santa Teresa (Avila).
What you will find when you search for "spanish food restaurant" in Miami.
It is a traditional dish made with fabes (large beans) with black pudding, chorizo and bacon. It is a very hearty meal and because of its consistency, it is very typical to eat in winter.
Roast lamb or suckling lamb
Iberian sausages such as Chistorras de Navarra, Morcilla de Burgos, Lomo ibérico de Salamanca, Longaniza, Salchichón, etc., are also in great demand for daily meals and special events.
How it works
In store Pick up
Pick up your purchase directly at our Restaurant located at 8726 nw 26th st Doral FL 33172
We deliver to the following zip codes:
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If you don't see your zip code, please contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of meat can be consumed in a Spanish restaurant in Miami?
What can you have for breakfast in Spanish restaurants in Miami?
- Toast topped with butter and jam or olive oil
- Crushed tomato and Iberian ham
- You can enjoy a sweet breakfast if your preference is chocolate accompanied with churros or with wing cookies called soletillas in Madrid and melindros in Barcelona.
- Another delicious option is the pinchos de tortilla (slice of potato omelet) which are very popular in Madrid and most of northern Spain, accompanied by coffee.
- Scrambled eggs with chorizo, ham or sautéed vegetables
We are also in
Doral FL 33172
Fax: (305) 436 3997
Monday: 8 am - 6 pm
Tuesday: 8 am - 6 pm
Wednesday: 8 am - 6 pm
Thursday: 8 am - 6 pm
Friday: 8 am - 9 pm
Saturday: 8 am - 9 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 6 pm