Gabose Korean & Japanese (address and info)
What you're getting: BBQ Stovetop
Our neighbor to the North gets bashed a lot, but it really isn’t all that bad. Hey, they are home to one of the rare Korean BBQ spots in the tri-county area, so that’s saying something.
Sushi Deli and Japanese Market (address and info)
North Bay Village
What you're getting: Omakase (aka the chef’s choice)
Located inside a Japanese market, this small food counter (with a strict no cell phone policy) survived for years on word of mouth, but the word is out: it's got some of the best sushi in Miami.
Ethiopian Restaurant at Yellow Green Farmers Market (address and info)
What you're getting: Yemisir Kik Wot -- split lentil soup
Sheba has resurrected, well, kind of. Lewam Ford, who used to work at Miami’s former Ethiopian destination, has opened this unique restaurant inside the Yellow Green Farmers Market. The only catch is that they are currently only open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-4pm, but be on the lookout for any changes.
Josh's Deli (address and info)
What you’re getting: Tricky Ricky
Chef Josh Marcus needs no intro. He’s Miami’s deli savior, making the best non-kosher deli fare in town, right in the heart of kosher central. The hole-in-the-wall spot is too close for comfort in a good way, with an open kitchen, counter-style seating, and Mel Brooks movies all day, every day. Lately, he’s gone rogue, offering non-deli eats at night.
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