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Cuban Restaurant Marabu To Open In Brickell City Centre

Brickell City Centre is getting another restaurant.

Marabu, offering Cuban cuisine, will open on the fourth level near the CMX theater, in between Pubelly Sushi and Tacology.

The restaurant will serve coal-fired cuisine as prepared in places like Camagüey and Oriente in the Cuban countryside, according to Miami New Times.

A coal-burning Josper oven will be installed. The focus will be on large-format meats, rices, and vegetables, with the goal of changing the perception of Cuban food as being heavy and greasy.

 

the restaurant will be on level four, above the apple store:

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Dan The Man

I love Cuban food!?

Anonymous

I dislike Cuban music but I LOVE their food. This will be a great addition to BCC and Brickell in general specially now that Havana 1957 just closed down, that one of my favorite take out places, it was so sad to see it close but I am sure Marabu will have amazing food, I can’t wait!

Anonymous

LOL, I love it, all these thumbs down on a comment that praises Cuban food and dislikes Cuban music. A little sensitive are we?

Anonymous

How can you not like Cuban music? Check out Ruben Gonzalez “Mandinga” on Youtube

Anonymous

Probably for the same reason why people do not like opera or country or rap. It’s just not what he or she is into. Different strokes for different folks people, that’s what America is all about.

Anonymous

And freedom of speech… So I may call you an idiot my friend.

Anonymous

Wait what? Havana 1957 closed down?

Ex-Londoner now in 33132

Ye Gods…another Cuban restaurant. Mega Yawn. Miami, this so-called worldclass city, needs an authentic, elegant British pub. I picture The Prince of Wales Pub out on Brickell …..brilliant!

Anonymous

I am with you. It would be nice to see a proper British Pub. We have Fado but that is an Irish Pub and that is as close as we get in Brickell.

Ex-Londoner now in 33132

Fado is a fine substitute–am always in there. So is David Beckham when in town! See all the British pubs in South Florida and statewide on website britishfloridadotcom

Anonymous

Yeah! They’re tired of black beans and rice and fried plantains!

Anonymous

Perdon , pero la comida Cubana es mucho mas amplia

Anonymous

Hick

Anonymous

Idiot…

Anonymous

If it isn’t heavy and greasy, then it isn’t Cuban food de abuelita from the late 70’s and 80’s. . . And it was damn good !

Anonymous

Hell yea ! That shit so good it can grow back a limb. lol or give Cubanitas nice thighs and booty.

Anonymous

Love them cubans, and their food!

Anonymous

“change the perception of cuban food”? there’s too many cute latinas walking around that are living proof of the wonders that cuban food does to their lower half! why mess with a good thing!

Anonymous

And also cute latinos 🙂

Anonymous

Yes
Latinos are so HOT
Sexy Cubans

Anonymous

Maybe when they are young but as they age… I will pass.

Anonymous

Eww, chonga!

Reality

Will the coal affect the climate ribbon?

Anonymous

Don’t worry, it’s beautiful clean coal.

GBA

The coal will make the climate ribbon produce chilled air.

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The coal will make the climate ribbon produce salsa music!!!

Anonymous

God I hope not, it all sounds the same.

Anonymous

Yes”BEAUTIFUL COAL”!

Anonymous

that picture is not even the location why would TNM post that?

Anonymous

My thoughts exactly

Anonymous

Andele, andele….ooooppps…Dale, dale!!!

Anonymous

That is a Mexican scream (“Andale”) ….

Anonymous

Nice guajiro food or old Cuban country for none natives

Anonymous

Hopefully, it will be good, tasty and creative Cuban cuisine. Sadly, in Miami, Cuban restaurants have gone the way to Fast Food concept. Breakfast is horrible. No Cuban restaurant serves a good toast with butter anymore. It’s all the disgusting, yellow plastic aka as margarine

Anonymous

True

Anonymous

1-There are not authentic Cuban restaurants in Miami.
2-There are not modern innovative Cuban cuisine in Miami.

Anonymous

Do tell us about it.

Anonymous

Latin American Cafeteria on Coral Way and 17th I think – great Cuban too

Anonymous

WHAT????
That is the most disgusting, greasy restaurant I’ve ever walked in.
Overpriced, horrible service, crappy food.

Anonymous

Coal fired? Who wants those carcinogens on their food?

Anonymous

americans

anon

Coal fired non-heavy Cuban countryside food with large format meats and rices. Can’t wait.