Finka to Guests: “We’re Not in Miami Anymore”

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Finka Table & Tap, a Foodable Miami Top 25 Restaurant, proves that with passion and dedication, anything is possible. When guests enter, something extraordinary happens: They are transported.

The gastropub — which chef/owner Eileen Andrade named after the farm her grandfather grew up on (another fun fact: he was the inspiration for her work ethic and culinary background at an early age) — has become well-known for its fusion of Korean, Cuban, and Peruvian cuisine, as well as its unusual location in a “very unassuming shopping center” in “the middle of nowhere.”

The cuisine was a no-brainer, Andrade admits in this episode of “Table 42”. “It’s bold flavors, it’s colorful, it’s saucy.”

“I want them to feel like they are not in Miami anymore…,” said Andrade. “And I just want them to know that anything is possible.”