Whether it’s Szechuan or Mandarin, high-end dim sum or bargain moo shu, Voice Places is your guide to Chinese food in Miami. Professional reviews and user reviews, along with listings easily searchable by neighborhood, give you all the information you need to make a great choice!
Hakkasan is drop-dead gorgeous, a dusky Oriental lair of dining alcoves seductively lighted by Chinese lanterns and separated by walnut and teak lattice. While Alan Yau's London... More »
Chef Philip Ho in Sunny Isles Beach shines with some of the best dim sum and Chinese fare in the city. Ho is no stranger to Asian fare with flair: He worked as the dim sum... More »
Proprietors Purwan and Irene Cheung have cooked and waited tables here since they opened Sang"s 19 years ago. Nowadays, the unchanged, basic-Chinese-restaurant decor is... More »
Once you get past the modest exterior, entering China Palace might remind you of stepping into one of those authentic eateries so numerous in the Chinatowns of the Northeast... More »
You can find better Chinese food elsewhere, but Sango is unparalleled when it comes to serving up big portions of authentic, affordable, and delicious... More »
Lung Gong looks like any other strip-mall Chinese restaurant, but the sweeping breadth and awesome authenticity of the menu sets it apart from the masses. A yellow menu... More »
This Indian eatery (which might also serve Thai, Chinese, Philippine, Italian, and/or Japanese food, depending on the season and the chefs' vacation schedules) doesn't serve... More »
Tiny Confucio Express Chinese Gourmet Cuisine amounts to a counter with a few tables on a deck overlooking a Farm Store. But it packs big flavor and is a wise choice for... More »
Painted on the window of this nondescript highway-side restaurant is its specialty: "Chinese B-B-Q." And sure enough, hanging inside the door are bright red-dyed... More »
Located in a typical Westchester strip mall and sporting kitschy decor, Kon Chau ain't exactly chic. But the place is all about gastronomical indulgence. With adventurous menu... More »
Known for her Bettie Page-esque pin-up style and retro-inspired cocktails, Camille Austin is both an innovator and a connoisseur — a pioneer in a male-dominated field. After three years behind Hakkasan's bar at the Fontainebleau Hotel & Resort, the 26-year-old Cancun native has become one of the hospitality industry's most well-respected barkeeps.
Her dedication to the craft...
Chinese dim sum restaurant Chef Philip Ho debuted in Sunny Isles Beach a little more than a month ago, and already the name is burning on the tongues of local food trenders like too much Chinese mustard. Ho hit the social-network jackpot: Chowhounders, Yelpers, bloggers, and tweeters posted instant reviews, whose extrapolation would read like a rallying cry — Go to...
If an initial restaurant is often based on the proprietor's dreams of feeding people and making them happy, the second one is usually propelled by prayers of finally turning a profit after so much hard work. Operating a dining establishment is tough, and making substantial money doing so is even tougher. The decision to open a follow-up venue comes down to a matter of math: The additional...
Manhattan Cafe & Market is an amazing deli!!! Foot long baguette is the real thing, french supplier, made with french flour, Tiramisu from Italian supplier and Brazillian flan to die for. Hot plate Snapper Baiana with coconut milk is mouth watering. And very reasonable too. Lots of choice for cold drinks, hot teas and coffees.
The owner/manager ia a single mom,...
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