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Tiberio Bal Harbour

dlgc809 | Nov 24, 201405:11 AM     3

For those of you that have been in Miami for 20+ years you might remember a great Italian restaurant, Tiberio, that was in the Bal Harbour shops where Makoto is now.
The original owner has reopened a new Tiberio on Harding Ave in Surfside.
We tried it last night with friends and it did not disappoint.
The interior is clean, sleek, and very attractive with beautiful roses on every table. The tablecloths were way beyond what one sees in most local restaurants.
The food, was as we had remembered from long ago. We had pasta with clams, salad, langustines, black cod and a lobster in a light tomato sauce. All were done to perfection. Service was spot on, very professional.
Deserts were over the top.......
Pricing was high, but the quality of product was also high.
Tiberio is a wonderful and needed addition to the area.

Makoto
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