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Kosh Miami

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9477 Harding Ave (Between 94th & 95th Street) , Surfside, FL , 33154

Menu

SOUPS 
Cream of Mushroom
Chicken Soup

SALADS
House Salad
Cobb Salad
Caesar Salad
Asian Chicken Salad
Kale Salad
Thai Beef Salad

APPETIZERS
Beef Carpaccio
Trio Tacos
Chicken Yakitori
Chicken BBQ Wings
Fancy Tostones
Korean Beef Bulgogi
Burger Sliders
Short Rib Sliders
Chilli Mix
Angus Beef Skewers
Sweet and Sour Chicken

ASIAN APPETIZERS
Kosh Edamame
Kanisu
Tuna Tataki
Crunchy Spicy Tuna Rice
Lychee Yellowtale
Japanese Salad
Scallops Tampura
Tuna Tartar
Crunchy Lobster Tail
Tuffle Tuna Bites
Usuzukuri
Seo Tower
Spicy Sashimi Salad
Tempura Mix

ENTREES
Beef Ragu Linguini
Mushroom & Tenderloin Risotto
Pepper Tuna Steak
Caramel Salmon
Seabass Thai
Tamarind Duck
Chicken Supreme
Kosh Burger
Beef Back Ribs
Mushrooms NY Strip Steak

ON THE GRILL
Center cut 10oz
Reserve 12oz
Rib eye steak 16oz
Boneless young chicken (Pargiot)
Lamb Chop (three Pieces)
Veal chop 14oz

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About Kosh Miami

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South Florida now boasts a fine meat restaurant with a French flare since Kosh opened its doors in February 2013 to the delight of vacationers and local residents. The restaurant is led by owner Abraham Getzel and his wife Sandra.

The location is just two blocks away from the beautiful Surfside beach, and steps away from many apartments, condos and hotels, making it a great destination for that leisurely yet upscale dinner.  It’s also only a short walking distance from the famous Bal Harbour Shul and Young Israel of Bal Harbour, which comes in handy if you want to organize a private event for one of the Shabbat meals. The décor of Kosh is elegant contemporary with elements of art nouveau style: modern hanging lighting fixtures live in perfect harmony with more traditional chandeliers, as do mirrors and stylish photographs on the walls.  Dark purple and grey color scheme with velvet chairs, soft purple light, and flowers on the tables adds to the atmosphere of regal luxury. Alternatively, you can sit at one of their outdoor tables to dine in that evening breeze.

The menu is that of a French brasserie with a selection of traditional and signature French bistro dishes, with the addition of tapas appetizers, Asian specialties and full sushi bar. One of their highly recommended appetizers is their steak tartar - prime minced raw beef mixed with a tangy spiced sauce, finished with capers, egg yolk, shallots and cornichons, and accompanied with French fries and baguette. For the main course go for one of their grilled to perfection 21-day wet aged steaks, or one of their signature entrees, such as duck confit, served with sautéed garlic, roasted potatoes and petite salad. Kosh has a fully – stocked beverage bar serving some creative specialty drinks, such as lychee martini with dry sake. No French-inspired restaurant should be left without a dessert, and Kosh offers some appealing choices. Try their fondant au chocolat – a lava cake with parve vanilla ice cream -for a sweet memorable ending of your chic meal. Kosh is also an excellent choice for any event catering, whether off premise or a private party inside the restaurant.

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