Black Lamba has opened in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.
The new restaurant, the first in the city, features the traditional ingredients of the Black Lagoon, which is a special blend of local herbs, garlic, and herbs from around the world, including New Zealand.
It is the first location for a restaurant that specializes in traditional ingredients, like lamb gyros and pomegranate and lemon curd-based curries.
This year, the restaurant will also offer a variety of salads and soups, as well as lamb kebabs and falafel sandwiches.
“We’ve made a conscious decision to focus on the basics that people are familiar with and try to add new twists to it,” said Chef Paul O’Brien, who will serve as the restaurant’s general manager.
“It’s a little bit of a blend of flavors that we are trying to capture.”
Lamb gyros are usually made with lamb and white potatoes and typically have a sweet and tangy taste.
Black Lagoons typically use lamb, white potatoes, garlic and herbs that have been sourced from around Africa.
The meats are often pulled from local farms and raised on a small scale in the Black Hills, and then frozen.
The process is then treated with chemicals and processed to preserve and preserve the proteins and fat that give them their distinctive flavor.
The result is a product that is a rich, flavorful and tender meat that is easy to digest.
The traditional lamb gyroscopes at Black Lagos are typically made with a combination of white and black potatoes.
Black Lamb gyros at Black Lames are made with potatoes, but the vegetables are ground and mashed to make them tender.
“Black Lagoon is a restaurant for everyone,” O’Connor said.
“I am a big fan of all of the ingredients that come together and create a great meal for everyone.”
The menu includes traditional ingredients like lamb kebaas and falazas, soups and salads, and lamb pomegras, which are also known as lamb kabobs, in addition to fresh ingredients.
The restaurant’s menu is filled with items from around Miami, including a burger and fries, a salad and a bread pudding.
The Black Lamps also offer several vegan-friendly dishes.
“They are very happy to share the menu with all of us,” O,Brien said.
The menu will be available through Black Laming on Saturday, November 2.
The owners say they hope to add more vegan and vegetarian dishes to the menu.
“The Black Lamas have been a part of the Miami food scene for a long time, and we are excited to open this restaurant in Little Havana,” said O’Connell.
“Our focus will be on the local ingredients that we love to cook and serve.”
The restaurant is open until 9 p.m.
The location will be open to the public on weekends and on Thanksgiving Day, November 24.