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Freshly delivered white fish bathed in a cream sauce is a specialty item this month at Miramar Bistro in Highwood.
Roasted sea scallops with oyster mushrooms ($27.95) is a featured entree.
The French Onion Soup “Gratinee” ($10.95) is a filling starter.
The profiteroles ($8.50) comes with three different flavors of ice cream.
The tiramisu ($8.50) is served in a tall glass.
This steak is served topped with black peppercorn sauce ($30).
Saucisson prosciutto, Parmesan cheese and olives ($12.50) is an appetizer.
The appetizer chilled artichoke is served with mustard vinaigrette ($10.75).
Matt Yan, Assistant Editor
4:04 pm CDT October 3, 2014

Customers entering Miramar Bistro in Highwood will find themselves in a restaurant almost as ambitious as its owner. Highland Park resident Gabriel Viti opened his Cuban-inspired French bistro 10 years ago, and it has been a staple of the bustling Highwood restaurant scene ever since.

Inspired by Viti’s own extensive life experiences in Europe and Cuba, Miramar is the owner’s vision of what would happen if two cultures collided in one restaurant.