JavaScript is not enabled.
Metro Bistro - 1 Reviews - 7010 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (305) 751-8756

Metro Bistro

7010 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33138
(305) 751-8756
Incorrect info? Correct your listing

Main categories:

Restaurants , Bistros

Related categories:

Food & Dining


( 1 )
( 0 )
( 0 )
( 0 )
( 0 )


Me and my husband are frequent visitors of Metro Organic Bistro. This place is modern with friendly staff and the food is delicious. It's very difficult to find organic restaurant...


All reviews seem positive

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 8/8/2012

My husband and I are in Miami on business several times a year and it was our great fortune to find what we consider the best restaurant in Miami. On every visit we always make time for at least two or three meals at Metro Organic Bistro. It is suberb! We are never disappointed. I think we have tried almost every dish on the menu but my favorites are their Avacado Crab Salad, the mouth watering New York Strip Carpaccio and I usually order whatever the fresh fish of the day they are serving. The fish is always deliciously prepared and cooked to perfection! The staff is excellent and friendly and their wine list reasonable and really good! Be sure to try the little gem! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 5/14/2012

I'm not a tourist I told the manager. I visit Metro because I am fairly sure of the source of their ingredients is not Sysco or other large food supplier. Generally I only eat food I prepare, eating out is overated and always reminds me not to do it again, but there are a few standouts (try also Gigi's in midtown).\r I eat at least twice a month at Metro since i discovered it two years ago when Googling 'grass fed meat restaurants in Miami'. I love the chickpea burger but also try their secretly expensive specials and anything my heart desires. My bill is usually around $50/80, I'm thinking I spend $1200 a year at this eatery.\r The last time I visited i was enjoying a fish sandwich when my guest asked for bread to mop up some kind of gravy, can't remember what it was but the guy loves his food and wanted bread I guess. The waitperson apologetically stated she had to charge $1.50 for bread, as i had just discovered the 'innards' of my sandwich which resembled an oil laden fast food item I asked for the manager.\r I stated my case and asked that he did not respond as I was not here to tell him how to run a restaurant, just that I thought it was bad practice to charge for bread (organic or laced with coloidial silver, I don't care). He complied and walked away after I finished telling him I was returning to the confines of my kitchen where I don't seem to ever get annoyed and am assured of the quality of what is entering my body....and at much less cost.\r You may call me picky, but just from a business point of view how smart is the bread charge?\r This reminds me of the sparkling water kick a few years back, wait people pestering you about what kind of water you want, sparkling, still, bottled, reverse osmosis, organic, rain, tripple filtered (for a charge of course)...I mean apart from the option paralysis this induces who wants this imposition on your dining experience. Anyway California led the way by supplying free water of excellent quality and the rest of the country fell into line. \r If Metro needs to charge for bread it tells me the economics of their business is not working out, the natural question to ask is 'where else are they cutting costs'?\r I never ever tell people how to run their business, it's a lose lose situation, I gave up with mega businesses years ago, you may win but what is the cost, of your time and the heartache trying to state your case? I just never go back or desist from using services of bad businesses....I think I'm cutting off my nose to spite my face here but I am sticking by my guns, bye bye Metro and good luck.\r My friend an I have an expression after eating at bad restaurants, after getting in the car in unison we say 'I'll give it six months', I'm taking bets for the Metro, anyone? more

Tasty and healthy 12/4/2011

Me and my husband are frequent visitors of Metro Organic Bistro. This place is modern with friendly staff and the food is delicious. It's very difficult to find organic restaurant in Miami, so we are very happy that we finally have a place to eat out. The food is a bit pricey, but it's because most of the meals on their menu are organic. It's also takes them a while to cook the food, but it's totally worth it! Very much recommended! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 10/29/2011

Fantastic! Great food the Mahi is excellent and the Bouchon dessert was killer. Great food and a nice clean car to boot. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 5/1/2011

Who thought a quality restaurant and a car wash could co-exist? I was hungry and had in my mind I wanted to have a late lunch of something healthy, and fresh. Something yummy to make up for the Subway I had been forced to consume in a Miami neighborhood late, late night where nothing else but bars were open.\r \r I wandered down Biscayne Bay (US 1) toward downtown Miami from the 70's and a sign "organic" caught my eye. I slowed my car, but the street entrance looked like it was taking me into a car wash. I turned in, smiled at the attendant and said I'm not really here for a car wash but to go to the restaurant. He smiled and pointed to a teeny parking space.\r \r The inside of the Metro contains four table tops with chairs and a banquette covered in fake fur--not the fluffy kind. That was kind of strange, I thought. The interior feels like upper west side New York, light airy, modern, minimal.\r \r The menu was extensive. It was difficult to decide. I had Mahi sandwich (served on Ciabatta) with Asian slaw and a side of sweet potato fries and a side of asparagus. The Asian slaw contained artichoke combined with cabbage, carrots, cilantro, it was excellent! The asparagus were fat, garlicky with lemon and olive oil, grilled to perfection. The sweet potato fries were cooked and seasoned exactly the way I dream of them. There were so many I took some with me in a to-go container. Service was friendly and good.\r \r I would definitely return! The outside seating is plentiful and would be perfect for a late afternoon or evening dinner. The wine list was extensive and definitely to be explored during a dinner. The chef checked in with me and chatted with regulars at the tiny counter, where you could sit on stools and watch some food preparation. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 4/29/2011

Really quaint place. Food is excellent. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 3/11/2011

OMG!! This was so great! I highly recommend this. Even though our Creme Brulee wasnt prepared in the deep dish they normal are. It was still delicious! The deep dish prevents the creme from warming when the caramel is heated. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 12/18/2010

I love the chickpea cakes here. They are not always served the same way, which is not always the best thing, because even though I like them a lot sometimes they are better than others. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 8/5/2010

Ownership here has gotten it right. The atmosphere is fresh and modern and the food is wholesome a fresh. All this and you can leave with shiny clean wheels! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/21/2010

I'm wondering if food tastes better when prepared near a car wash. Although Metro Organic Bistro adjoins the Karma Car Wash, I was drawn to the restaurant for it's organic food. I had the Ahi Steak Sandwich, medium rare sashimi grade yellowfin tuna topped with an Asian slaw served on a toasted beer bread bun with fries. The flavor of the tender tuna mixed well with the Asian Slaw. I also took a few bites of the crisp Chickpea Cakes, which included avocado, tomatoes, butter beans, and red onions - another delicious combination of flavors and textures. For dessert, I had half of the Chocolate Bouchon a la mode. My half consisted primarily of the vanilla ice cream, blackberries, and fresh mint leaves, but the few bites I had of the chocolate cake satisfied my craving for chocolate. The menu at the restaurant included a few dishes that I didn't see when looking at the online menu: Ratatouille and a Green Burger (a veggie burger with portobello mushroom). We ate outside, but indoor seating is also available. All of the outdoor seating appeared to be shaded. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/21/2010

Who cares if you are eating your meal while people are washing cars only 50 feet away, the sounds of the car wash sprayers instantly turn into meditative white noise and you take your first bite of an organic delight. \r \r The Chickpea Cakes are sure to please even the pickiest of eaters and a vegetarian to boot. (I am talking about me) The mixtures of flavors are so refreshing, butternut beans, tomato, avocado, lemon vinaigrette and the chickpeas slightly singed around the edges of the patties. I love the taste of toasted things and well done food. But wait there's more.. try the Chocolate Bouchon..( vegetarian and also lactose intolerant makes for interesting restaurant experiences- choices can be limiting for desserts) The staff separated the vanilla ice cream from this amazing warmed chocolate cake with a smooth chocolate filling topped with blackberries. \r \r Go to Metro if you want good Organic Food at reasonable prices, an attentive staff, and amazing desserts. \r \r Oh and the bathrooms are chic and clean, just in case that is important for you to know. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 11/22/2009

This is the perfect place for a casual, delicious and healthy meal. Most people would think by the name this restuarant is just another juice pouring, sprout slinging establishment but it's waaay more than that. The ombvionce is definitely Miami chic but with the uber friendly staff and low-key location you feel right at home. The menu has something for everyone -- appetizers like salmon carpaccio, sandwiches including organic braised chicken and main courses consisting of locally caught fresh fish and 100% natrual grass fed steak frites. I had the organic argula salad to start, bottle of Peite Syrah, and an ah-mazing 100% natrual grass fed New York strip steak. This will become a regular on my list of top Miami resturants!! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 8/5/2009

Very good organic food and you can still get a Coke if you want. I like when that happens. Definitely pricey. I paid $12 for a grilled chicken sandwich. That said, I couldve had a freshly grilled filet mignon burger for just a dollar more. Most items on the menu stay in that range. Although a NY strip'll set you back $29. Excellent beer selection and the wine list is respectable. $8-12 a glass. Cappuccino etc as well. And let us not forget the free wifi. Booyakasha. more
< Previous 1 Next >

Menu for Metro Bistro

15% OFF all yearly plans
Use year15 at checkout. Expires 3/1/2019

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sat-Sun: 9:30am-10:30pm, Mon-Fri: 11:30pm-10:30pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    North, Upper East Side