MAYAMI MEXICANTINA

 

   

HOT & TRENDY VIBES

Come and visit Mayami Mexicantina located in the growing area of Wynwood with your family and friends. This trendy spot is a stylish eatery offering Mexican fusion fare, plus creative cocktails, terrace dining, plus great music and entertainment. It’s a beautiful and sexy place to unwind to indulge in creative libations and delicious foods. Mayami Mexicantina will surely transport you to Tulum with their fire dancers, drummers, and bottle service parades. So be prepared for a memorable night. My guest and I were pleased to be seated at a table in the terrace, so that we were able to view the restaurant from above while taking a look at the menu.

  

WANNA TACO ‘BOUT IT?

After taking a look at their vast selection of cocktails, we ordered a couple of Mayasutra drinks. These handcrafted drinks are made with Patron Añejo Tequila, black berry and coffee syrup, Mayan chocolate bitters, topped with egg white foam, and garnished with a lime. Surprisingly, the combination of this complex adult beverage works well together and tastes refreshing. After we toasted to a great evening, we ordered Esquites from the Antojitos section of the menu. The Esquites came to the table in a bowl with roasted corn, a creamy lime aioli drizzled on top, cotija cheese, and chile piquin. For our main course, we opted for the Camaron tacos. Camaron tacos come with crispy shrimp, pico de gallo, and a chipotle aioli drizzled on top. The shrimp were perfectly cooked and the pico de gallo complemented the tortilla, the crispy shrimp, and the chipotle aioli.

DESSERT

After we ate, we were ready for a sweet ending. For dessert, Mayami Mexicantina offers a variety of delicious desserts such as the popular and classic Churros, Arroz de los Dioses, which translates to “Rice of the Gods”, made with Hibiscus tea blend, berries, milk, and pecans. They also have the Mayan Mango Gold, made with mouthwatering mango, chamoy, cocoa nibs, and chile piquin. But we ended up choosing Pan de Elote as our dessert. Pan de Elote is a Mexican corn bread made with popcorn in it and served with a scoop of vanilla truffled ice cream. It’s a delectable dessert that you won’t want to miss. I can’t wait to come back and try the other choices!

127 NW 23 S T., MIAMI
MAYAMIWYNWOOD.COM

By VANESSA C. GUZMAN

Vanessa

Vanessa is an outgoing person who is always trying to keep the peace and the positivity flowing. She loves the beach, going out with her friends, and being a great THINKer as Editorial Director.