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Michael's Genuine Revisited

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My first post on chowhound, but finally wanted to join the posse.

Went tonight for our fourth meal. A couple of new items on the menu too. Of course the crispy hominy and pork belly are a can't miss as always. Ordered the double yolk farm egg, grilled lamb sausage with tomato harissa, homemade fettucine with shrimp and chorizo, and the pizza with braised short ribs.
The server (Hinmahtooyah) was a pro and brought the sausage and double yolk together. This ended up being my husband's creation of egg and sausage breakfast, as he dipped the sausage in the rich yolk. A great combo, although each were great, stand-alone.
The short rib pizza was also a must-order for I'm sure the short time it will remain on the menu. The only miss of our meal was the fettucine. The first attempt was far past al-dente, more like chewy/crunchy. The second go-around which was very graciously served, was much better, yet I would still not recommend this dish with all the other wonderful choices.
Overall, another great experience at one of our favorite restaurants in Miami.

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  1. The double yolk egg is one of my favorites on the menu by far. Everything about that dish just works. The grilled sausage and the pizza w/ short ribs sound very interesting too. They are officially on my hit list for my next visit.