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1. Kamiko Sushi-Bar2662 NW 79th Ave, Doral
2. 17 Restaurant and Sushi Bar1205 17th St, Miami Beach
3. Sokai Sushi Bar10726 NW 74th St, Doral
4. Sake Room1800 Biscayne Plaza, Miami
5. kazumi260 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne
6. Sushi Chef Japanese Restaurant3100 Coral Way, Miami-Dade
7. Zuma270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami
8. Nobu4525 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Kamiko fuses Japanese cuisine with a Latin touch and some tropical influences too, making for some seriously good sushi.
17 is a sushi resto that also serves Italian... because when you're done stuffing yourself on sushi, the only logical thing to do is to order some spaghetti.
This isn't your average sushi. This is Japanese/Peruvian fusion sushi. We don't quite know what that means, but it's gotta be good.
Not only does this have the larges sake collection in SoFal and saucy decor, it's got sushi that has a Caribbean flavor thanks to Chef Mario Cicilia. Don't miss the huge selection of tartars either.
Everything's modern here, from the decor to the sushi, and everything else on the menu.
What started as a small Japanese market in Miami has grown into one of SoFal's best kept sushi secrets. Try something from the original menu, like the Tataki or Dynamite Au Gratin.
Izakaya-inspired restaurant Zuma in Downtown Miami combines a bright, modern setting with exquisite presentation of its ocean-fresh sushi dishes, like the Dynamite Spider Roll with soft-shell crab, chili, and wasabi tobiko sauce. From the robata grill, opt for tender beef and shishito pepper skewers with smoked chili soy, or baby artichoke with truffle wafu dressing. If it’s something crispy you’re craving, crunch on rock shrimp tempura with lime and chili mayonnaise, lobster tempura with spicy ponzu, or grouper tempura with chili onions. Brunch offerings include a selection of premium sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls.
From master Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro, the Miami branch of world renowned restaurant Nobu brings A-List dining to Miami Beach. From its post in the Eden Roc Hotel, the restaurant serves Matushisa’s signature Japanese fusion dishes like black cod miso, rock shrimp tempura, and yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño. It’s the place to see and be seen on the beach, and even with a 350-seat dining room, a table is hard to come by -- plan accordingly.