Shakespeare famously wrote "to be or not to be, that is the question", proving he was clearly unfamiliar with Allen Iverson's first Reebok sneaker. Playing off that out-of-touch dude's quote, and feeding you, 2B Asian Bistro
From the Thai bros who brought you Mr. Yum, 2B manages to stand out on Calle Ocho with its slick mod vibe, courtesy of bamboo floors, abstract art from the Cuba Ocho gallery across the street, and violet light glowing under the sushi bar, and plates Thai and sushi creations that're amped up by creative presentation -- like a Venetian Blinds PowerPoint transition you can eat! For apps it's fun like Toro Jalapeno (topped with dry red pepper and a subtly spicy ponzu sauce), Cubaocho Tuna (chopped tuna & crab with spicy mayo, rice, guac, and eel sauce), and little fried sacks of shrimp, shiitake, and water chestnuts called Bags Of Gold, also an upcoming sitcom about dudes who hook up with older women up in Boca. Those aforementioned unique-presentation dishes include the Three Flavored Fish, which looks like a pineapple until you realize it's a coiled filet of halibut scored and fried so you can break off/dip little chunks into the spicy/sweet/sour sauce, plus crispy fried strips of quacker with cilantro and cinnamon plum sauce, all of which you can stuff into steamed buns, called the Spice Duck, which tends to fly Peter North in the summer
On the innovative sushi front, they're handcrafting numbers like the garlic lobster roll (tail tossed with garlic sauce, greens, yuzu juice, and shiitakes), and a melange of seaweed, tuna, and crab called the 2B roll, which they chuck in the deep frier in a valiant attempt to make The Answer "lipo".