From Chinese to Japanese, Vietnamese to Thai, Voice Places is your guide to the full range of Asian cuisines in Miami, with both professional reviews and user reviews to help you decide. Search by cuisine type or by neighborhood, or just punch in a restaurant name and go!
The Japanese eatery Yakko-San started as a modest 65-seater on West Dixie Highway in North Miami Beach more than 11 years ago. In March 2011, the izakaya (drinks and small... More »
Sakaya serves a concise menu of casual Asian/Southeast Asian fare such as Filipino egg rolls, Japanese miso soup, Vietnamese bao (steamed buns), and a predominance of Korean... More »
The quiet block of 20th Street between Purdy and West Avenues in South Beach has given aspiring restaurateurs nothing but headaches. Nowadays folks are gathering beneath Pubbelly's... More »
Everything about the place is smart, starting with the lofty, industrial, urban-chic decor that bespeaks big city, late night, youth, energy, and fun. Comestibles are categorized... More »
Secreted within downtown Miami's International Jewelry Center is an izakaya (that's the term for the smallish, Japanese-style pubs littered throughout Tokyo) offering a... More »
Jeffrey Chodorow's famed China Grill waited 20 years to land in Fort Lauderdale, but now that it has, this glitzy pan-Asian fusion eatery is attracting the young... More »
Bay Harbor's Asia Bay Bistro & Sushi Bar boasts nouvelle Asian cuisine, but apart from the sushi, it's really a traditional Japanese restaurant with some token Thai tossed... More »
When you're broke as a joke but can't stomach any more PB&J or ramen noodles. At times like these, thank God for Chinese takeout. North Miami's Hong Kong House will stuff... More »
The third in a block-square eatery empire run by Nemo/Big Pink's owners, this beyond-sushi bar is, simply, a class act. And the sushi is equally cutting edge. Try a spicy... More »
Buffets can be questionable. After all, who knows how long the kung pao chicken's been exposed to the unwashed masses coughing, spitting and smearing their way through... More »
If there’s one thing sushi lovers can agree upon, it’s that the best way to enjoy the stuff is by cramming as much of it in your mouth hole during a frenzied five-minute battle against decency. Usually, the most dedicated cod gobblers toil without recognition, in basements lit by a single, swaying naked bulb or hidden behind tarpaulins held by concerned citizens. But on the day of...
At his Brickell noodle house, Momi Ramen, which opened in December, Jeffrey Chen ties a black bandanna printed with white skulls tightly across his scrunched forehead. He works silently behind a glass panel. Around him, Miami's food cognoscenti, huddled about wooden tables, hover above bowls of soup. For years, these noodle lovers have waited for a ramen house to open in the Magic...
For an instant, John McAfee is anonymous. He is haggard, sleep-deprived, and a bit unhinged, but anonymous. For the first time in days, there are no cops, guards, or handcuffs. No TV cameras or tape recorders or questions. But he can't escape them forever. Dressed in the same dark pinstriped suit he's been wearing since his release from a Guatemalan jail two days ago, McAfee ducks into a...
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