Sunday, January 28, 2018

Cobaya Ariete with Chef Michael Beltran

Cobaya underground and experimental dinner #71 went down on December 18th, 2017 at Ariete in Coconut Grove.  Chef Michael Beltran treated the guinea pigs to a classically inspired delicious meal from start to finish.  His flavors were great and execution was solid.  Chef Beltran is a young rising star chef who has worked for some of Miami's best chefs including Norman Van Aken and Michael Schwartz.  Miami needs more home grown talented chefs like Michael so head to the Grove and support a local chef and restaurant doing things the right way.

herb butter, truffle butter

stone crab beggars purses, cherries and chicken liver, tostone smoked fish rilletes

Quintero Farms egg, malanga, sugar cane, herb, caviar

foie gras and eel, confit plum, white bread

Pot au Feu
oxtail, carrot, zucchini, bone marrow, consommé

heirloom tomato confit, ravioli of tomato and salt cod

Crown of Venison
roasted stone fruit and sauce Diane

honey, apple, frangipane

Tea service (missed the shot) was courtesy of another great local product JoJo Tea

Tibetan tea, Ya'an city, Meng Ding Mountain

3540 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove, FL 33133

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