Steakhouses in Westland Mall


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  • Los Ranchos Steakhouse
    Los Ranchos makes sure that nearly everything on your plate is prepped in-house. There are homemade pork sausages, homemade french onion soup, and homemade sauces, from a spicy jalape?o cream to a mushroom and sherry wine sauce. The latter covers the petit mignonetas?two 3-ounce beef tip medallions from the menu's steak section. All of the charbroiled specialties have Spanish monikers, speaking to the restaurant's Mexican and South American influences. The signature steak churrasco is 12 ounces of center cut tenderloin steak, a much lighter cut than sirloin or a two-story porterhouse. Rancheros and fajitas round out the list. Los Ranchos serves seafood as well, with plenty of shrimp dishes in addition to lobster and fish. For dessert, try sweet bites of tres leches cake and flan.
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    1645 W 49th St.
    Hialeah, FL US
  • China Steak House
    From the outside, China Steak House's diner-style windows and corner location almost make the restaurant feel torn from an Edward Hopper painting—with the addition of red lanterns hanging from its awning. But within, it’s the eatery's commitment to a variety of regional Chinese flavors that’s the main draw. Cantonese noodle dishes find good company alongside the menu’s spicy Szechuan entrees and occasional Miami-style touches—such fried plantains—find their way into the mix. The dining room incorporates a bit of a ballroom vibe with its high-backed booths and heavy wood chairs surrounding lacquered tables that add class to an already refined dining experience.
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    4262 W 12th Ave
    Hialeah, FL US
  • Cayo Esquivel
    Laughing children. Chattering dominos players. Whispering breezes passing through coconut trees. These were all common sounds at Cayo Esquivel, a pristine Cuban beach that grew from a secluded getaway into a well-known destination with a vibrant community. The two Cayo Esquivel locations in South Miami and Hialeah attempt to capture the spirit of this Caribbean destination by luring diners with flavorful homestyle Cuban cuisine—with a few extra creative touches. It’s not a surprise that seafood dominates most of the menu. Grouper, salmon, snapper, shrimp, and tuna emerge from the kitchen seared or fried and garnished with simple olive oil or a more flavorful sauce, such as tomato-ginger relish or cumin-lime vinaigrette. From time to time, the chefs even incorporate Jamaican or Asian flavors into their Latin American soups, sandwiches, and entrees, taking cues from cozy beach-inspired cuisines across the world.
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    11890 NW 87th Ct
    Hialeah, FL US
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