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Seduction at the Setai Restaurant

Sea, Sun, Spa and Sumptuous Dining

Operated by United Kingdom-based luxury resort hotel operator General Hotel Management, the Setai was designed by Jean Michel Gathy and is managed by General Hotel Management Chairman Adrian Zecha. It started its life as the Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel in the 1930s, in the midst of Miami's famed Art Deco era. Subsequently, it has evolved into a fusion of Miami culture, preserving its Art Deco history in combination with a new Asian aesthetic that's apparent in the hotel's many reflecting pools, quiet reflective areas and mythical Asian statues, which stand regally on pedestals throughout. The Setai provides a tranquil, serene environment within what is typically considered a fast and forward scene. This Asian paradise is also noted for its pampering personality, as evidenced by the many amenities it provides, including three pools-each individually heated-a spa and gourmet restaurants, among many other luxurious essentials. After hours spent swimming in the Atlantic and strolling down Lincoln Road, the calming influences within the Restaurant at the Setai-known simply as The Restaurant-create a perfect end to your day.

Because approximately 15,000 square feet within the Setai's lobby are dedicated to fine dining, Executive Chef Jonathan Wright certainly has his hands full. It's no problem for him, though, as his resume includes stints as executive chef at Raymond Blanc's two-star Michelin restaurant, Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons, and at La Gousse D`ail in Oxfordshire, as well as most recently at Bradley Ogden's Lark Creek Inn in San Francisco. While The Restaurant has a distinctively Asian flair, comfort foods like Sirloin of Australian Wagyu Beef are also available. Like the rest of the hotel, the atmosphere within the restaurant is calm and serene and the service extremely professional, the very embodiment of Zen. Below is the full listing for The Restaurant, including the dinner menu. The Restaurant also serves breakfast and lunch, however. If you'd like to read the breakfast menu, please click here. To see the lunch menu, please click here. Or, to read about the Beach Bar, another Setai dining option, please click here.

If you're afraid you can't find the Setai, it's not a problem: Look up towards the sky and find its modern 40-story residential tower, constructed almost entirely in glass; once you see that, you'll know where to find The Restaurant.

The Restaurant
The Setai
2001 Collins Ave.
Miami, FL 33139

Reservations: (305) 520-6402


click here for an online reservation.

Serves Breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7:00 a.m. to 11.p.m. Seven Days. Open until Midnight on Friday and Saturday.

Dress Code: Business Casual.

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