The Dutch royal family enjoyed a family vacation to Miami's South Beach, where they soaked up some sunshine and ate delicious food. On Friday (Jan. 5), Queen Máxima, King Willem-Alexander and their three daughters did what anyone would: they dined at one of Miami's many hotspots, Juvia. "The royal family dined together until around 10 pm at a table inside," an onlooker told HOLA! USA. "They kept a low profile during their meal and were dressed casual."
The royal family was left alone by other diners and were able to enjoy a relaxed meal while admiring views from the rooftop restaurant. They indulged in a few of the restaurants famous appetizers, including the Pork Tacos Toro Nigiri, before King Willem-Alexander dug into the Perigord Risotto and Queen Máxima dined on Grilled Salmon. Their three girls, Catharina-Amalia, 14, Alexa, 12, and Ariane, ten, enjoyed the Duck Confit and Grilled Salmon accompanied by a side of vegetables.
The restaurant, offers a variety of French, Japanese and Peruvian cooking styles. According to the site, “Juvia’s cuisine is the most convergence in collaboration of three of the most talented chefs, using only the freshest of ingredients.” The menu includes a variety of dishes crafted from the fruits of land and sea and features an extensive cocktail menu. The venue opened in 2012 and was designed by the architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron.
The family’s visit to the United States was not announced, nor was a reason given for the trip - they seem to be enjoying some well-earned time off. Máxima and her brood spent Christmas at home in the Netherlands, and the royal couple has yet to make any official appearances since the start of the new year.