When we do Miami Spice, we do our research and scour menus for the best values. But if Lure Fishbar has taught us anything, it’s not to judge a book by its cover. On paper, the Miami Spice offerings at Lure seemed like your standard fare. We were so wrong.
First things first: You should be aware that Lure Fishbar has changed its menu since we visited. What hasn’t changed is when it’s offered. You can indulge in the Spice menu every day of the week, which is awesome (especially now that the promotion is wrapping up). Most of the stuff we mention below isn’t offered anymore, but based on our exceptional experience, we’re sure the quality hasn’t wavered.
Like we mentioned above, the menu wasn’t anything to write home about — at first glance. Sushi Combination Platter and Tuna Carpaccio? It’s not hard to find those items elsewhere, but here, they’re done oh so well. The torched salmon belly and spicy yellowtail nigiri in the platter put smiles on our faces, and the carpaccio was simple yet satisfying; the avocado cream was a nice touch.
By the time we ordered dessert, we were pretty much full — but there’s always room for Blueberry Cobbler. Since we couldn’t not take advantage of a second dessert, we got the Coconut Panna Cotta. Both ended our meal on a high note, and neither was overly filling. We walked out of there satisfied.
You will, too. Hurry in before it’s too late.