From sushi to soba, Voice Places is your guide to Japanese cuisine in Miami. Our professional and user reviews and easily searchable listings help you find a restaurant that suits your taste and your price range.
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 »
Naoe is an omakase oasis helmed by Kevin Cory, whose business card reads, "executive chef, general manager & dishwasher." Wendy Maharlika, the other half of this two-person... More »
Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa finally brings his groundbreaking Japanese-via-Peru/nouvelle Californian cuisine to the Beach. Skip the good but not unique main dishes and normal... More »
The menu at this sleek, nightclub-like sushi spot is considerably more limited than that at Manhattan's original Bond Street, but many aficionados consider chef Hiroshi... More »
A spacious and stylish sake lounge, which pours more than 40 types of the libation, leads to a lofty, Zen-like dining room composed of glass, stainless... More »
Not just a sushi joint, this bustling lunch-and-dinner spot in downtown Coral Gables offers daily specials - scribbled in Kanji and English on blackboards that run the... More »
Makoto, the new Japanese restaurant in the Bal Harbour Shops, is sure to bring comparisons to Nobu and Zuma. Like those two swank, local pillars of contemporary Asian cuisine, Makoto... More »
Sawa is a variety show of a restaurant. Diners are treated to a procession of sushi, kebabs, tapas, soups, salads, entrees, hookahs, belly dancers, LED... More »
When non-Japanese restaurants, most commonly Thai joints, tack on sushi bars for purely commercial reasons, the sushi is generally either pretty lowest-common-denominator or... 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 »
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...
In the past couple of years, Miami's food scene has joined the ranks of the nation's greatest dining destinations. The New York Times' Frank Bruni cited the rising Design District, including Michael's Genuine Food & Drink, for its great potential. Bon Appétit named Yardbird Southern Table & Bar among the nation's 50 best new restaurants. And the New York...
The next Best of... Sushi 2012 ^O^Read Full Review
Andres P. Miami, FL 4.0 star rating 10/31/2011 This is the most awesome Sushi Place I ever been, the food its great, the place its total kawaii, the atmosphere is breathtaking and total relaxing. They have unusual and creative rolls full of flavors, and traditional plates from Osaka Japan, like Okonomiyaki, Takoyaki, etc. The food truly looked wonderfully fresh and the...Read Full Review
Fresh fish and great atmosphereRead Full Review
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