Japanese Restaurants in Sans Souci

Fusion Dinner for Two or Four or $15 for $30 Worth of Sushi Rolls at Capri Sushi and Italian (Up to Half Off)

Capri Sushi and Italian

Miami Beach

$30 $15

Sushi rolls pair with risottos, fresh fish, Italian pastas, and pizza

Thai Food and Sushi at Asia Bay Thai Cuisine & Sushi Bar (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Asia Bay

Bay Harbor Islands

$40 $22

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Dishes span Asian cuisine, including hand-rolled sushi, tuna rock, pad thai, basil red snapper, seafood bisque, and sweet and sour duck

Upscale Thai Cuisine and Sushi at Asia Bay (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Asia Bay

Las Olas

$40 $22

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Eatery lauded by Alec Baldwin, OpenTable, and the Miami New Times serves artistic sushi on a patio overlooking the Tarpon River

$15 for Japanese-Italian Fusion Dinner for Two at Rice & Dough ($30 Value)

Rice & Dough

Downtown Fort Lauderdale

$30 $15

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Fusion fare features kobe meatballs, bruschetta, four season pizza, red kryptonite super rolls, and gil lobster super rolls

$20 for $40 Worth of Asian Food and Drinks at Tokyo Blue

Tokyo Blue

Galt Mile

$40 $20

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Pan-Asian entrees and 30 rolls served in a dining room that boasts a second-story balcony, 1,200-gallon aquarium, and illuminated bar

Japanese Cusine for Two or More at Japango (Up to 45% Off)

Japango

Multiple Locations

$40 $22

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Chefs create more than 50 types of sushi rolls at this trendy Japanese spot

Asian Fusion Lunch or Dinner for Two at Asia (Up to 48% Off)

Asia

Boca Del Mar

$20 $11

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Culinary traditions converge in a kosher menu of fresh sushi and tuna tartar, lo mein, grilled salmon, and short ribs

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At Siam Oishi, Bangkok native Poompaka "Pio" Komolvasri plates sushi, japanese noodles, and traditional Thai cuisine using skills she honed at Le Cordon Bleu in Miami. Handmade dishes imported from Thailand enhance her already artful presentation of sushi, which range from hand rolls to larger 10-piece maki.

3409 Main Hwy
Miami,
FL
US

The rice rollers of Sushi Central Lounge combine a menu of classic sushi recipes with Latin-inspired flavors in a third-floor lounge. Dip into an umami bath of miso soup, or leaf through the refreshing flavors of tomato, pear, and scallions in the ginger salad, each accompanied by a glass of wine or sake. Dining duos then pick two rolls from the pantheon of raw and cooked sushi, such as the tropical bahamas roll, a disk of tuna and scallion with dragon fruit and a caviar spread, or the Volcano roll, a california roll that demands a sacrifice of baked crab to quell its fiery wrath.

3015 Grand Ave
Coconut Grove,
FL
US

The Burgundy Room's kitchen serves up a mouthwatering menu of contemporary coastal cuisine in a hip open lounge. Kick off gastronomical journeys with crispy Serrano ham and gorgonzola croquettes served with poblano aioli ($6), great for sharing. Those that want to cool off mouths without chewing on an air conditioner can nosh a salad of chilled Key West pink shrimp, mingling in a party of roma tomatoes, feta, red onion, and diced apples, all running through a sprinkler of balsamic vinaigrette ($12). Alternatively, famished foodies can chow on esculent entrees, from a seafood linguini populated by lobster, scallops, shrimps and mussels in a white wine lemon sauce ($20), to the grilled filet mignon, bedecked by brandy-drunk mushrooms that stumble over onions and fall into herb-roasted red potato pillows ($24).

3015 Grand Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Though many Americans may not have heard of it, Makis Place—which goes by the motto "More fish. Less rice. Better price."—has experienced its share of success. In three years, the Japanese eatery expanded from one modest restaurant to more than 100 locations in Brazil. The company has now traveled northward to treat the States to its signature brand of temaki—a delectable sushi hand roll. Unlike the dainty hand rolls in most sushi restaurants, however, these ones weigh in at a hefty five ounces, or approximately the weight of an arcade game's take-home pay. The giant cones of supple seaweed, made only when they're ordered and ready in minutes, incorporate steamy rice and a variety of ingredients such as veggies, shrimp, salmon, or tuna. Fixings such as avocado, cheese, or a variety of sauces complete the morsel to create a hearty alternative to traditionally meager sushi portions.

3015 Grand Ave
Miami,
FL
US

CRAVE's eight locations have gained a plethora of press and even an Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator. Each sleek eatery also entices diners with a diverse menu of modern American lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch fare devised by Corporate Executive Chef Bill King and a sushi menu of traditional and creative rolls inspired by Executive Sushi Chef Tony Lam's upbringing in Hawaii. Each menu is then artfully executed using fresh and locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, as well as seafood flown in daily and handcrafted sauces made from authentic Asian recipes. Brick ovens give flatbreads a crisp exterior while the grill keeps steaks, chicken, and burgers juicy.

4250 Salzedo St
Coral Gables,
FL
US

The chefs at GO!Bento fill traditional Japanese-style bento boxes with entrees and sides from Chinese, Thai, and other Asian cuisines. Bento boxes in sizes from the petite Go! Ninja to the hearty Go! Sumo mingle pad thai, honey-garlic chicken, lo mein noodles, and steamed pot stickers. GO!Bento also riffs on hot dogs with katsu-fried franks, avocado, and spicy mayonnaise. The kitchen team coils specialty sushi rolls such as the BFF, whose circumference of tuna, salmon, and whitefish is measured in friendship bracelets. Branching out from their core competency of savory seafood, the staff also drizzles donuts with condensed milk and green-tea ice cream to round out the menu.

5612 Sunset Drive
Miami,
FL
US