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Moshi Moshi 2

Map & Directions 7232 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33138
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786-220-9404
  • Japanese, Peruvian, Sushi
  • Daily 12pm-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Catering, Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Smoking, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Meters

Description

Miami New Times' Description

The sushi bar at this Japanese/Peruvian fusion café fleshes out fish that is fresh and satisfying, if not distinctive enough to keep Nobu Matsuhisa awake at night. "Traditional" rolls (California, spicy tuna, eel-avocado) are pristinely presented, as are a dozen "specialty" rolls, nearly all of which wrap rice around shellfish. Ceviches are similarly pure and straightforward -- try the yellowtail version, whose succulent squares of fish are refreshingly braced with citrus and ginger. The non-sushi/ceviche selections are also good, especially appetizers of fried oysters with brittle crusts and pudding-soft centers, as well as crunchy vegetable tempura. Winners among the entrées include a slightly spicy Japanese curry sauce with rice, and long strands of chewy udon noodles pan-fried with plush pieces of chicken breast. Prices are more than fair: Starters and ceviches cost $7 to $11; rice and noodles run $10 to $14; sushi rolls go for $5 to $15; and entrées are $17 to $24. Moshi is a neat neighborhood restaurant whose ambiance and service are warmly welcoming (thanks in part to co-partner Yani Yuhara's amiable presence) and the food affording excellent value.

 
Member Reviews

  • Alexis89 wrote a review for Moshi Moshi 2
    on 05/29/09
    4

    My absolute favorite sushi restaurant & they have a gigantic selection of sake. Super fresh fish & great portions. Highly recommend their seared tuna with asian mango salsa.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Alex R. on 03/25/11

    Hiro roll is off da chain!

  • Maggie P. on 03/23/11

    Salmon tiradito and Moshi Moshi roll are amazing !! An with some nigori sake perfection !!

  • Jose A. on 01/16/10

    Great servings here if you come hungry..

  • Michael C. on 12/02/13

    The salmon miso soup is incredible. Yellow tail belly toradito is melt in your mouth good. Jumbo BBQ eel roll is generous and delicious.

  • mónica r. on 08/03/13

    not so good.

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