Restaurante Miami Park. Gastronomy

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Restaurante Miami Park

Ciudad Real (Ciudad Real)
926 222 043 / 926 271 107http://www.miami-park.es
GPS: 38.98099899291992, -3.9316399097442627

Restaurante Miami Park, situated in Ciudad Real, is recommended by Guía Campsa for its good quality-price relation. Here you can sample a modern, market cuisine, based on classic cooking.

There is a classic ambiance in this restaurant which is a point of reference for the traditional food of Castile-La Mancha, prepared in an imaginative way.

It is a key center for important businesses of the province, for social gatherings, and for families… It has an elegant dining room distributed into two levels and a private dining room, and it also has an extensive wine cellar.

From the menu we can highlight the fish and seafood dishes, of great quality, the meats, and of course, the regional cuisine. Among those to mention are: Ensalada de langostinos con jamón de pato (Salad of prawns with cured duck breast), Ensalada de colitas de cangrejo (Salad of crayfish tail), Terrina caramelizada de  manzana y foie-gras (Terrine with caramelized apple and foie-gras), Lenguado a la pimienta verde (sole with green pepper), Lomo de ciervo con castañas a la salvia (deer loin with chestnuts and sage),and Solomillo de añojo con salsa de foie-gras y de setas (yearling sirloin with foie-gras and mushroom sauce).

And for dessert, nothing can be better than to finish with Canutillos de almendra y canela con sorbete de cítricos (pastry tubes with almond and cinnamon with citrus sorbet), Milhojas de compota de manzana (puff pastry apple compote), or Pastel fluido de chocolate caliente con sorbete de coco (Molten lava cake with coconut ice cream).

It has a complete Bodega, with more than 200 wines from different Denominations of Origin, of which we can’t forget the wines of La Mancha.

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Restaurante Miami Park (Ciudad Real) /Jorge MoreiroJosé Carlos Macías Madueño, chef del Restaurante Miami Park (Ciudad Real) /Jorge MoreiroSopa de Ajo con Huevo y Queso Manchego /Jorge Moreiromas
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