QP Tapas reviews

About QP Tapas

Moving on to our next category, we have QP Tapas, a top-notch Restaurant spot situated at 3540 Main Hwy. Their 4.5 stars ratings, based on 55 Google user reviews rating and contact number, , make them a prime choice for Restaurant aficionados. Let's explore what sets them apart from the rest.

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From QP Tapas"Spanish tapas with Izakaya vibes, big flavors, and colorful, upbeat atmosphere by Chef Josh Elliott. Full bar program by Bar Kaiju team and monsters behind the bar!"

QP Tapas Hours

(Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
Tuesday5:30–10 PM
Wednesday5:30–10 PM
Thursday5:30–10 PM
Friday5:30 PM–1 AM
Saturday5:30 PM–1 AM

Service Categories

  • Restaurant

6 Reviews for QP Tapas

EmilyMSellsMiami review for QP Tapas
EmilyMSellsMiami Rated 5.0 out of 5, to QP Tapas
  • by EmilyMSellsMiami
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

Spectacular newly hidden gem in the heart of coconut grove.The attention to detail from the artwork, to the merch, to the plating is refreshing. It’s original and feels like your at home but very chic.Food is all wonderful. First time seeing lamb belly as an option. The texture, sauce and portion very good.Service was outstanding thanks to Landon and drew. First time dining here and they made great suggestions!

L. B. review for QP Tapas
L. B. Rated 3.0 out of 5, to QP Tapas
  • by L. B.
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  • Google Reviews

This is a PopUp restaurant so they share the dining room with a sushi restaurant. We really wanted to love this place…. But unfortunately they fell short of our expectations. The matrimonio appetizer was ok, they serve it on pan con tomate. Tasted good nothing bad to say about this dish.The paella (69$) was actually burnt. Black at the bottom, I know it’s supposed to be crunchy but not burnt. The seafood was all previously frozen, nothing tasted fresh. We figured if we ordered dessert it would make up for the paella… we were wrong. The whole top of the Basque cheesecake was burnt. My husband and I looked at each other and said… “maybe it’s supposed to look like this”… till we googled it. We pealed this part off with my fork but couldn’t get that taste off. The waitress (who we later found out is one of the owners) never asked if there was a problem with it even after the whole top was pealed off and more than half of it remained on the plate.There is potential here but paying these prices requires a lot more quality and attention in my opinion.

Win Pierce review for QP Tapas
Win Pierce Rated 5.0 out of 5, to QP Tapas
  • by Win Pierce
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

The food and energy here is amazing and this is my new favorite gem in Miami. I had just gotten back from Spain and was missing the daily tapas I’d have - QP did not disappoint.There were some classic dishes and some with a twist. For example, the uni risotto - something so special and I would love to come back for. The yucas bravas was also amazing, though I’d recommended to Chef Josh that there should also be an option to add a fried egg on top :) Everything we ordered was truly wonderful so I don’t think you can go wrong with anything. I’m excited to see the ever evolving menu and perhaps an expansion of the drink menu to include some vermouths in the future.For those coming from the Northeast, the Chef was also the mind behind Toro in Boston. A fun fact! Though, I’ve got to say, Miami is lucky because I like QP more <3

Andrew Giambarba review for QP Tapas
Andrew Giambarba Rated 5.0 out of 5, to QP Tapas
  • by Andrew Giambarba
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

Rooting for Chef Josh Elliot and his wife Ellie is so easy to do.Their first venture together, showcases their depth of experience (Miami and Boston), their respect for ingredients and their love for a great time. My son and I stopped by for Happy Hour last night and it only made me want to go back SOON for more of the menu.The dishes are celebrations of great ingredients like Jamón Ibérico, Idiazabal cheese, Txistorras - with their own signature fun twists like the Yucca Bravas.Order the Pan con Tomate, top it with a slice of Jamón Ibérico and then ask yourself if there’s a better combination in this entire world.

Roman Beylin review for QP Tapas
Roman Beylin Rated 5.0 out of 5, to QP Tapas
  • by Roman Beylin
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

My wife and I learned about QT Tapas online and wanted to give it a try. We went on a recent Saturday around 7:30pm and had no issues with parking or seating. The restaurant is located inside of a small deli/market with around 10 tables. The atmosphere is cozy and comfortable with great service. It felt like a family restaurant because in many ways, it is.The food here is fantastic and some of the best we've had in Miami. As the restaurant description says, it's tapas with a Japanese touch. I think we ordered half the menu and every single dish was very well executed. The food had tons of flavor and you can tell that it was made by someone who has a passion for it.Some of the highlights of the meal included the Bluefin Tuna Crudo, Matrimonio, Yucca Bravas, Chinese Broccoli, Gambas, Yellow Endive & Shingo Pear Smoked Cheese Dip, and the Basque Cheesecake. You really can't go wrong with anything on the menu at QP Tapas.I would highly recommend this restaurant and we'll certainly be back for many more meals.Parking: There is plenty of street parking as well as several parking garages nearby. We were easily able to park right across the street from the restaurant.

Isabela Villanueva review for QP Tapas
Isabela Villanueva Rated 5.0 out of 5, to QP Tapas
  • by Isabela Villanueva
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

Came after reading some stellar reviews and we weren’t disappointed. Service was friendly, but the food was the star of show here- the uni risotto is so delicious and unlike anything I’d had before (been to Spain many times) so please do yourself a favor and don’t miss it. We also had the paella mixta which was crunchy and flavorful and we truly enjoyed it. The basque cheesecake was also yummy. My only regret is that it was only 2 of us eating and that we didn’t order anything else, so I plan to return with more people so I can try some of the other dishes in the menu that I saw on tables nearby and that looked amazing like the pan con tomate, yuca bravas or steak tartar. Will come back, and I’m hoping they either find a permanent venue or that this pop-up will continue for the foreseeable future, because the food here is truly special.

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