There are four words that should strike fear into the heart of every Miami diner: Lincoln Road rooftop restaurant. If such a thing is capable of being good, we’ve yet to find it. Mila is no exception. The “MediterrAsian” concept fits all the stereotypes of a Lincoln Road spot. It’s overpriced, serves really mediocre food, and the only thing that appears to have gotten any serious thought here is the design. The menu is a confusing mess of small plates, including an “omakase” option that’s just a platter of sushi you could have easily gotten down the street at some fast-casual spot. Skip this place and never look back.
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