SALADS Endive Radicchio Salad – Endive, radicchio, arugula topped with goat cheese, green apple slices, candied pecans, dried cranberries, honey mustard dressing Quinoa Kale Salad – Mix of quinoa and kale topped with feta cheese, red onions, cherry tomatoes, pomegranate, tossed with pesto Greek yogurt dressing Seared Tuna Salad – Sliced seared tuna served on top of a mix of kale, arugula, romaine lettuce, sliced red pepper, roasted corn, sliced radish, roasted beets, cilantro, papaya salsa with sesame ginger orange vinaigrette
HOMEMADE PASTAS & FILLED PASTAS Gnocchi in Saffron Cream Sauce – Fresh Gnocchi infused in saffron cream sauce Wild Mushroom Gigli – Infused wild mushroom, Gigli pasta served on top of parmesan cream sauce Leek Ravioli – Ravioli stuffed with a leek marmalade served with a saffron lemon cream sauce Sun Choked Tortellini – Tortellini stuffed with a sunchoke puree served with a side of sunchoke Alfredo sauce
RISOTTOS Beet and Goat Cheese Risotto – Beet infused Italian rice served with a goat cheese cream Wild Mushroom Risotto – Italian rice served with an infused wild mushroom sauce
FISH Trout Walnut Pesto – Whole butterflied Trout served with lemon brown butter sauce and roasted rainbow carrots Pistachio Olive Crusted Salmon – served on top of parmesan garlic cream and roasted beets Whole Salt Crusted Branzino – Infused salt whole Branzino served with a shaved carrot salad and caramelized lemon Seared Sicilian Paste Grouper - Served with a Mediterranean salsa on top of a sun choke sauce puree shaved carrot salad
Acqua joins the scene as a great dairy restaurant to visit when you’re in Miami. Owners Avi Bitton and Mark Aquinin convey their knack for creativity, passion for food and boundless energy in a beautifully decorated space in the waterways. It’s designed with cool teal walls and wood tones that reflects its unique beachy vibes. The food is a blend of Italian, Asian, Latin and American cuisine.
Enter a feast for your eyes and stomach when you make a visit to Acqua. No detail is unexplored between flavor, ambiance, presentation and service. Their high-quality ingredients that take center stage in carefully constructed dishes may just have you contemplate the real definition of decadence.
Acqua is a great choice for a night out on the town in style. With an extensive food and cocktail menu, this restaurant makes for an excellent place to celebrate. Just a sneak peek at their cocktail selection, their caipirinhas has will relax you into vacation mode even if you’re a local. This drink is sweet but not overwhelming, fruity but not overpoweringly so, and just enough of a kick to liven things up.
While you’re there, choose from some inventive rounds such as the gooey and flavorful fried Arancini rice balls stuffed with mushroom foam and truffle oil, Wild Mushroom Caramelle prepared with Homemade Caramelle pasta swimming in an outrageous wild mushrooms and ricotta sauce drizzled with truffle oil, and their Gnocchi infused in saffron cream sauce, just to name a few. Every dish is carefully choreographed with a perfect pairing of flavors that will leave you savoring every bite.
For dessert, do not deprive yourself of the Dulce de Leche cheesecake. It’s worth every calorie. The s’mores are creamy and chocolaty without being overly sweet, with layers of graham cracker crumbs, cookies-and-cream mousse, chocolate mousse, and perfectly toasted mini marshmallows served in a hip mason jar.
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Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurants Foodies Facebook group:
The place is beautiful, the food was fantastic. We had the seared fish tacos, and eggplant appys. The sunchoke pasta was divine, the salmon cooked perfectly, and the hot chocolate shuffle divine. It tasted like it had some sort of cheese in it. Definitely recommend!