Miami Beach, FL 33139
- Sun-Mon 11am-4pm, Tue-Sat 11am-11pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Catering, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly
- Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
- Accepted, Online Reservations Available
- Street, Valet
Miami New Times' Description
Located in the Webster, Kaspia brings Russia to Miami Beach with lots of art deco feel. Plush seating, stylish and luxurious décor, and an attentive and knowledgable staff make Kaspia the place to impress a date. There's ample outdoor seating along Collins Avenue, but for a true experience, sit in the lush aqua and dark brown indoor area. An elegant menu offers an extensive selection of imported and domestic caviars that are served straight up or on a baked potato. The dinner menu also includes a smoked fish selection with items such as Danish eel ($18), halibut ($18), and black marlin ($17). In addition, they offer traditional complementary dishes such as endive salad ($12) and scrambled eggs with shaved truffles ($12). Entrées are decadent and French-influenced. There's a salmon roulade ($22), duck in shallot-sherry vinegar sauce with truffle potatoes ($29), and a unique Balik salmon blini burger ($25). The Russian influence is also apparent in the bar menu, featuring a large champagne and vodka selection to pair with every course.
Tips from foursquare
Bringing back its Sunday brunch (11 am - 4 pm). The French eatery puts a twist on standard brunch dishes with an a la carte menu that includes eggs with shaved truffles or various types of caviar.