Sushi may be synonymous with Japan, but Chef Adrian Rojas draws on international influences when creating Miyako Japanese Restaurant's menu. In addition to working in modern sushi bars, Chef Rojas has cooked his way through Europe and South America. The flavors he picked up along the way add tasty flair to each plate, whether he's rolling up sushi or cooking a noodle dish.
Chef Rojas and his team infuse unexpected notes into hot entrees such as breaded, deep-fried pork, or spicy chicken saut?ed with onions and carrots. But it's the sushi rolls that best represent the kitchen's culinary fusion. The red kryptonite roll, for instance, combines spicy tuna with jalape?os, while the coconut shrimp roll holds tropical ingredients including guava and mango. Equal detail is lavished on presentation?rolls and sashimi can be strapped into tiny life vests and loaded into sushi boats, or served atop live models during body sushi events.
The chefs at Yukihana furl both Japanese and Korean fare into a menu stuffed with schools of sushi and fresh entrees prepared tableside. Guests can control their dinner's destiny with Korean barbecue and shabu shabu platters, and servers set up tabletop grills for parties of two or more to char thinly sliced beef bulgogi or spicy marinated chicken breast, which can be wrapped in fresh lettuce cups and seasoned with scallions and Korean pepper. For shabu shabu meals, guests sit around a pot of boiling broth and swish an assortment of fresh meats and vegetables in the simmering mixture to soak up savory flavors.
For fresh maki, Miami's Matsuri Japanese Restaurant has got you covered. If you prefer to eat healthy, you'll find tons of fresh selections on Matsuri Japanese Restaurant's menu. Ready for a drink to unwind? At Matsuri Japanese Restaurant, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar. The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Matsuri Japanese Restaurant won't cost you a sitter. There's no need to winnow the guest list for a night out at Matsuri Japanese Restaurant — the restaurant has tons of space for big parties.
Make a reservation to ensure your table is ready when you are. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too.
Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at Matsuri Japanese Restaurant running under $30 per person.
Beneath the colorful toques on their heads, hibachi chefs flip and sauté meat and vegetables on their tabletop grills, smiling as they conjure the occasional bursts of flame during lively cooking routines. That’s just one scene at SooWoo Japanese Steakhouse—across the restaurant, sushi chefs slice ribbons of fish and vegetables and roll them into California and spicy tuna rolls. Basketball fans can celebrate the city’s 2012 NBA championship with the specialty Miami Heat roll, which includes slices of shrimp tempura, crab, and cream cheese. SooWoo also whips up Korean dishes, such as bulgogi and pork belly.