Miami: Tongue & Cheek

A beautiful interior space, Tongue & Cheek was our stop for dinner on our second night in Miami.  Our server was great and we practically ordered all her recommendations.  My main dish, the Florida red snapper was delicious.  Typically when there’s fried chicken on the menu, I ignore everything else, but how can I be in Miami and not order seafood – so I took the server’s suggestion and had the red snapper.  However, the most memorable dish of the night was the dessert.  The homemade smoked mallow cream was so unique and a flavour so unexpected – definitely not for everyone but I really liked it.  Completely reminded me of toasting marshmallows over a fire pit.

Tongue & Cheek in South Beach.

Tongue & Cheek in South Beach.

Inside Tongue & Cheek.

Inside Tongue & Cheek.

A pillowy little bun to start the meal.

A pillowy little bun to start the meal.

Strawberry lime and gin cocktail.

Strawberry lime and gin cocktail.

Cheese plate - Bayley Hazen blue cheese, Aged goat cheese and truffle gouda.

Cheese plate – Bayley Hazen blue cheese, Aged goat cheese and truffle gouda.

Roasted beet salad with triple cream goat cheese, hazelnuts and hearts of palm.

Roasted beet salad with triple cream goat cheese, hazelnuts and hearts of palm.

Bucatini with uni butter and parmigiano-reggiano.

Bucatini with uni butter and parmigiano-reggiano.

Fried Chicken, cheddar biscuits and creamy coleslaw.

Fried Chicken, cheddar biscuits and creamy coleslaw.

My main dish - Florida red snapper with red quinoa.

My main dish – Florida red snapper with red quinoa.

Strawberry parfait with smoked mallow cream.

Strawberry parfait with smoked mallow cream.

Decadent chocolate bar.

Decadent chocolate bar.

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