Bâoli Adds Omakase Dining To Its Decadent Menu

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One of Miami Beach’s favorite dining locations, Bâoli, has added another dining option to its menu of global cuisine. Beginning this month, Bâoli’s Executive Chef Gustavo Vertone will provide a customized dining experience unique to each guest through the Omakase dining option.

Omakase, which translates in Japanese as “I leave it to you,” is an Asian tradition where diners entrust the menu selection to the chef, who will choose specialty items based on each guest’s individual preferences, allowing the culinary expert to guide them through a handpicked gastronomic experience. Guests will be surprised and delighted with Vertone’s unique feastdining Omakase style at Bâoli are encouraged to allow Vertone to create a unique feast from the appetizers down to the last bite of dessert.

“True to our style, we’ve added a twist to Omakase and spanned the option across the entire menu, not just the dishes with an Asian influence,” says Michael Ridard, General Manager of Bâoli. “This distinguishes Omakase at Bâoli from other restaurants with this offering.”

Priced at $120 per person, the option includes dishes such as Tuna Tart, Black Truffle Risotto, Filet Mignon and Vertone’s latest appetizer creation, Hamachi Sashimi Tacos, among other Bâoli favorites. Known for its high profile clientele with superior palettes, Bâoli also offers premium indulgences made with the finest Kobe Beef, Blue Fine Tuna, Oysters and Parmesan Cheese Risotto in white truffle, with other decadent dishes at $170 per person. A chef-created medley of desserts will also be offered to complete the full Omakase experience.

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