A Gallery of Gastronomy
A feast for the eyes and a gallery for your tongue.
Travel is fun. There is a unique joy in exploring unfamiliar locales and discovering new sights, scents and tastes, and you never know what experiences you’re going to find. The possibilities are endless. The South Beach’s ‘All Day Hotel Dining’ concept captures this perfectly, located conveniently right beneath the lobby.
The first thing you’ll notice about ADHD—acronym appropriate—is how the design perfectly reflects the multifaceted nature of the restaurant. The interior features a mix of white marble, stainless steel, light woods and camelcoloured leather, the disparate parts coming together harmoniously. Executive Chef Martin Bräcker has 25 years of international cooking experience across three continents, and the food on offer follows his globe-trotting gastronomic aspirations.
A veritable smorgasbord of choices is available, all day, every day. Starting strong in the morning, one has the option of Chinese-style congee and dim sum, a Western breakfast set with eggs served in any style, or even good ol’ fashioned American pancakes served with maple syrup and walnut-apple compote.
Choosing what to eat at lunch and dinner will be equally difficult: do you go for an exotic Lobster Laksa, featuring a generous portion of Boston Lobster in a creamy shellfish broth and curry gravy? Or perhaps a heartier option in the HerbCoated Veal Tenderloin, oven-roasted with a Port Wine jus and flanked by butter tossed greens and potato gratin?
There’s even a full steakhouse menu, with six different cuts of Certified Angus and Wagyu A5 from Australia. The steaks can be paired with seven sauces, among them the classic Béarnaise, the exotic Green & Pink Peppercorn Jus or the fresh, succulent Oyster Jus. Round off the meal with sharing plates (the Truffled Oxtail is a highlight) and decadent desserts like Berry Fields (Red Cherry Mascarpone Dome accompanied by Grand Marnier Marinated Berries and Yoghurt Mousse) to make it a truly international adventure for your tastebuds. Yum.