New Miami Heat chef creates new menu for fans to try at Kaseya Center – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

MIAMI (WSVN) – The Miami Heat are ready to end their season and fans have some new food to look forward to.

This goes far beyond the typical burgers and hot dogs. It’s a menu fit for any top restaurant in South Florida.

“Welcome to 601 with our newly designed and reimagined menu,” said Juan Prieto, Executive Chef.

Things will be hot this season, not just on the pitch but also in the kitchen.

The Miami Heat organization’s newest executive chef, Prieto, cooked up something special for fans and gave us a sneak peek of what to expect.

“It’s Latin and Asian fusion cuisine,” he said.

Prieto invited anyone, basketball fan or not, to try the dishes. Come to the game and stay to eat.

“This area is one of the accessible areas in the arenas where all you need is a regular ticket. You don’t have to be a special member or season ticket member to come here,” he said.

Fans can choose from a range of delicious dishes at Kaseya Center.

Maybe shrimp ceviche is more your style, or one with fresh watermelon.

Craving savory meat? Try the Ropa Vieja steamed buns. But rumor has it that the nachos are the way to go.

“The nachos were amazing, it was very vibrant, the flavors were delicious, it was incredible, definitely highly recommended,” said Miami Heat event manager Francesca Furfaro.

“It’s not a traditional nacho, but it has become very popular with guests who have already tried it,” Prieto said.

So while you cheer on your Miami Heat as they attempt to return to the NBA Finals, at least you don’t have to do so on an empty stomach.

Cook? Your recommendations, please?

“Pork belly masitas are personally my favorite item on the menu, they are very juicy and succulent and pack a great flavor,” Prieto said.

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