We are about to hit our four-year anniversary! We are a family-owned, and operated restaurant. My wife, and/or myself are always there to make sure our patrons enjoy dining with us. Dedication, hard work, and striving for improvement is what we believe have driven us to be where we are today.   interviewed us


The savory aroma fills the Coral Cables kitchen with tradition as recipes and methods dating back to 18th century Madrid come alive in the hands of entrepreneur restauranteurs Sergio Catalina Bellmónt and his wife Claudia Romero. We use two farmers, one in central Florida, the other in Iowa, and we’ve been using them since the beginning. A lot of our customers come to us for our meats, and our particular way we prepare it. Along with our suckling pig, we’re also known for a traditional method of cooking meat on rocks. This is another tradition from Spain, which involves cooking the meat over rocks at the customer’s table. We instruct the customer as to how to remove the meat when it reaches the temperature they prefer, and it makes for an interesting and fun evening.  interviewed us


Personally, sparkling wine can be a little sweet to me but Anna had such a nice balance. It was dry (which I loved) with just a few subtle underlying sweet notes. It was crisp and easy to drink. Honestly, I loved it and will definitely be drinking it again. Anna was paired with classic Spanish food from the Bellmont Spanish Restaurant on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. We had beautiful langoustines, huevos rotos (potatoes, eggs, ham, bread), whiskey cake and homemade ice-cream. The sparkling wine paired beautifully with the spectrum of dishes that we tasted. It complimented, it didn’t overpower. Another thing I am loving about Anna is that it is so reasonably priced. A bottle runs about $15, which honestly for a good bottle of sparkling wine is nothing. They also recommend mixing Anna with other natural fruits and accompaniments for a lighter mixed drink. Which let’s be real mimosas never get old but sometimes you just want to mix it up.


En Miami abundan los restaurantes españoles pero Bellmónt Restaurant, enclavado en el corazón de Miracle Mile, cuenta con unos sabores que no encontramos en otros locales. “No hay otro secreto que usar productos auténticos”, aseguró Sergio Bellmónt, quien junto a su esposa, Claudia Romero, lleva las riendas del establecimiento gastronómico. De hecho, muchos de los ingredientes son importados de España. Además del jamón ibérico, los chorizos y los quesos, y por supuesto los vinos, Bellmónt cuenta con pescados, mariscos y legumbres que trae de la Madre Patria. Incluso el horno, en el que asan el plato estrella cochinillo a la leña, fue traído de un viejo pueblo español. Con estas apreciaciones podríamos decir que estamos ante un auténtico consulado del buen comer del país ibérico.

In Miami there are many Spanish restaurants but Bellmont Restaurant, nestled in the heart of Miracle Mile, has some flavors not found in other places. “There is no secret that using genuine products,” said Sergio Bellmont, who with his wife, Claudia Romero, takes the reins of dining establishment. In fact, many of the ingredients are imported from Spain. In addition to the Iberian ham, sausages and cheeses, and of course wines, Bellmont has seafood and vegetables which brings from the Motherland. Even the oven, where the signature dish roasted suckling pig to the wood was brought from an old Spanish village. With these findings we could say that this is a genuine consulate of good food of the Iberian country.


El Bellmónt Spanish Restaurant, un restaurante de familia que ofrece cocina tradicional española en Miracle Mile, fue reconocido recientemente con el premio 2016 City Beautiful for Outstanding Interior Restaurant Dining Room (extraordinario salón de restaurante). El galardón, otorgado por la Ciudad de Coral Gables y su cámara de comercio, reconoce a los negocios que enaltecen el nombre de esta ciudad, the City Beautiful – la Ciudad Hermosa.


El Día de Navidad es para estar con la familia y amigos cercanos, en un ambiente íntimo y acogedor. Pero, puede que usted y los suyos no tengan tiempo para preparar la cena casera y decidan pasar la fecha en un restaurante. He aquí cinco opciones ideales para que la Navidad de este año sea un día memorable.


¡Para comer buen jamón, los Museos del Jamón! Desde 1978 convertimos día a día esta frase en realidad. Creadores del concepto de restaurante temático especializado en jamones y embutidos, y con una cocina tradicional de calidad, los Museos del Jamón son un punto de visita obligada en Madrid.¡De Madrid al cielo pasando por el Museo del Jamón!”


Forget the more formal trappings of other Spanish restaurants. Bellmónt is modern all the way, yet traditional dishes abound in the menu.”


Some dishes have the perfect combination, and “Surf and Turf” is one of them. Tonight, a chef serves it up, Spanish style. Time to grab a Bite with Belkys.”


Late Afternoon business meeting. Wanted to show an associate one of my favorite places in Coral Gables. Just had wine and tapas. Recommend Bellmont for a business lunch, afternoon meeting place and for dinner too.”


Spanish restaurant serving traditional tapas, killer wine, and special regional delicacies that can’t be found everywhere. Miami NewTimes has published Ten reasons to try Bellmónt Restaurant.”


Family owned restaurant. Brand new, and soon expanding it’s jamon iberico section and wine list. Paellas great tasting and generous portions, Spanish wines by the glass offered in a wide selection. Suckling pig for 4 people also available special order.”

Great place and atmosphere. Superb food. Will return.”

Amazing service, authentic Spanish food, the owner makes you feel like home.”

Excellent food, kind attentive staff ,very clean”

Great atmosphere, incredibly friendly services, and excellent food. The bread and “seafood omlette” before the meal (complimentary) was the best included appetizer I have ever had. Good sized portions. Nice and quiet to eat alone or with someone(s) on a week night.”


If you need a new date spot, try Bellmont, it sounds pretty date spot-ish. And it’s also very spanish. Think iberico ham, pig legs cooked in a Spain-imported oven, ribeyes …”


Well tickle me happy! There’s a new Spanish place in Coral Gables that is bringing Miamians an authentic “cochinillo” experience (suckling pig) roasted in a traditional wood-fired oven, brought here straight from Spain.”


This season, we’re thankful for all the new businesses opening up in Downtown Coral Gables! Say hello to Bellmont Restaurant, now open at 339 Miracle Mile. The Spanish eatery bakes all their ingredients fresh & offers unique dishes like cochinillo and deluxe Black Angus beef.”


Yeah, so this’ll make for a solid dinner date. Or a solid go-to for a midday working lunch. Or a solid place to grab your morning espresso withpastries made from scratch just minutes before. Point is, you can use this spot pretty much as you see fit. That’s what it’s here for.”


Bellmónt Bakery and Restaurant is set to become that local place where people go for a coffee break on their way to the office, enjoy a glass of wine with your meal, and the place where you go for lunch time after time after time, because there is nothing else quite like it in the Gables, and maybe in the city of Miami.


  • Very nice restaurant. Everything is cooked on site, when ordered, so plan to go with time to spare, but the tranquil pace is part of the charm of the place . The seating arrangements were comfortable, the service was excellent and so was the food. We plan to return and are recommending the establishment to our friends.

    Marta Fraile

  • Amazing food, great ambience, fabulous show, delicious food! This family owned authentic Spanish gem in the heart of the Gables is a must!

    Isel Romeu

  • Great food. The owners go above and beyond to make your dining experience a happy and full one

    Matthew Maline

  • Came here for lunch and was impressed with the high quality of the food. I’m looking forward to go back soon!

    Mariela Rossel Pritikin

  • We really enjoyed our dining experience. The service was excellent, the restaurant itself was beautiful and the food reminded me of my time in Spain. Parking in the municipal lot behind the restaurant was also very easy and convenient. Highly recommended and will definitely return!

    Charles Kahn

  • Excellent! The Best! It’s a must to visit! Best Spanish from Spain restaurant around!

    Annie Clark

  • Fantastic spanish cuisine in Coral Gables. The restaurant is family owned and they gave us excellent personal service. The suckling pig was crunchy and delicious. The tenderloin or Rodaballo was superb. It was seared on the outside and you finish cooking it on a hot stone at your table. Fun and delicious! Chorizo croquettes were also a favorite. Save room for dessert. Turron ice cream or Banda de Manzana (apple tart) are both winners. We loved the Flamenco show. You should definitely check it out.

    Sandra Haugen

  • Excellent place to wine and dine. Suckling pig was delicious, as were the lamb chops and chorizo a la cidra. Wish there would have been a Fabada Asturiana but maybe that will be added to the menu in the future? Nevertheless, great place. Can’t wait to come back.

    Armando Neno Ramirez

  • Awesome, amazing! Go this place is great food, consistent. Owners are always there and they make you feel very welcomed. It’s like being in their home, in Spain, with flamenco music in the background. We always have a great time!

    Stacey Black