Admittedly so, Finka got a little boost and a head start by being a part of the Islas Canarias family tree, but the concept and more importantly the location set Finka Table & Tap apart from all the new openings and the already existing mainstays.
Its pretty simple. Siblings Eileen Andrade (pictured above) and Jon Andrade graduated from their CubanCube food truck to brick-and-mortar when they opened back in March. And the flavors are also kinda’ simple, yet oh so complicated. Cuban, Peruvian and South Korea flavors all mixed around to form the concept of this West Kendall (West Westchester lol?) restaurant. Churrascos, Korean Ribs, Oxtails, Pizza Varieties, Masitas De Puerco, Cuban Fried Rice, Kimchee, Tamales, Tostones and Ceviche are all some of the things you see on menu. Plus, don’t forget the tap menu which has a healthy choice of beers, wines and cocktails.
Us southwest folks have another quality option without having to truck it out east to Wynwood or South Beach. If you’re from the east side of the county, then put some gas in the tank and drive west for about 20-50 minutes and the staff at Finka will be waiting for you with open arms.
More info: finkarestaurant.com