The worst Italian Food I ever ate in my life. Everything from the Caesar Salad to the Pasta to the Fish was TASTELESS.
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The place is nicely decorated, at least ! Service is pretentious, long waiting ti get seated. Tha quality of the dishes is poor. For example, the sea food risotto is just an addition of rice with basic tomato sauce topped with mediocre sea food. Don't...More
We ate here for diner and loved every bite of it. We were very lucky on a Sunday evening because we hadn’t made a reservation. But than again one table is enough. The pasta’s tasted very well as well as the tiramisu. Staff was very...More
The Maitre d' was the first person that we encountered at this cozy and comfortable restaurant and he was amazingly nice and engaging. Throughout our meal as well as when we were leaving, he had wonderful interaction with me and my Husband. The waitress was...More
Nice decor but it is a bit noisy, as there are too many tables inside. Food is OK, although the wine list is a tad limited. Service hesitant and inexperienced should be improved.
Attended a business dinner. We almost filled the whole restaurant. It was a set menu. They did a nice job with a pre-set menu and the service was fast and good. The pasta is home-made, it's excellent. Also, the restaurant has tables outside on the...More
We were looking for a special Italian dinner, but I'm afraid Spiga fell short for us. We ordered Caesar salads to start, which should be a slam-dunk at an Italian restaurant, but they were bland. We both ordered pasta entrees, which were good, but honestly,...More
I was looking for an Italian restaurant in Miami Beach for a meal in December 2017. I chose Spiga because many reviews talked about how it was a very authentic Italian restaurant. I found it very average, and overpriced for the quality. We had a...More
Spiga was connected to our hotel, Hotel Impala and in spite of the convenience factor, Spiga was a taste of Italy. The service at this restaurant is professional and we were never left unattended when it mattered - in fact it seemed like there were...More