Japanese Restaurants in Bayshore

$17 for $30 Worth of Japanese Barbecue at Gyu-Kaku Miami Brickell

Gyu-Kaku

Brickell

Award-winning Japanese barbecue restaurant seats guests at grill-equipped tables, where diners barbecue high-grade meats and vegetables

$30 $17

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$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi at Kone Sushi

Kone Sushi

Miami Beach

Japanese-Brazil fusion eatery near the Atlantic Ocean serves cone-shaped maki rolls with tuna or salmon in a cherry-red-accented dining room

$30 $15

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$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Asian Food at Weston Sushi & Grill

Weston Sushi & Grill

Davie

Expansive menu of teriyaki dishes, stir-fried noodles, and Chinese classics, as well as more than 20 types of specialty sushi rolls

$30 $15

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

Rice & Dough

Downtown Fort Lauderdale

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

$30 $15

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

Tokyo Blue

Galt Mile

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

$40 $20

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

Japango

Multiple Locations

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

$40 $22

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

Asia

Boca Del Mar

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

$20 $11

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Select Local Merchants

From the moment you walk in, it's clear that Moonchine Asian Bistro is up to far more than pan-Asian eats. High-backed banquettes, jet-black walls, and soft red lighting all give rise to a clubby vibe; after 9 p.m., Moonchine turns into a full-on lounge with the help of dance DJs, bottle service, and even the occasional poetry performance or high-stakes geography bee. Miami New Times hailed Moonchine as "the gem of the Mimo District," advising guests to "arrive around 6 p.m., have a few rolls, and then head to the music lounge to warm up the dancing shoes."

Indoors and in the huge garden area, bartenders keep spirits high by mixing specialty cocktails and recommending bottles of sake from an extensive list. Which isn't to say that food's an afterthought?indeed, chefs have a lot on their plates, so to speak, juggling Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, and Korean culinary traditions. House-made kimchi mingles with creative sushi rolls, classic Thai and Indochinese dishes anchor one large corner of the menu, and there's even an almost-traditional bistro section: mussels, duck, and a "thai burger," each given light Asian accents of their own.

7100 Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US

The sushi is sea-worthy at Buddha Sushi Bar. During meals, fresh rolls float in wooden boats down a stainless-steel-bottomed "river," inviting diners to pluck off a plate at will. But the paper lanters that line the counter-style tables also illuminate a la carte creations. Signature maki rolls pair fresh fish with surprising ingredients, such as pineapple chili, cilantro, and ponzu truffle. A selection of sake and imported beer keeps diners from distilling their own wine out of soy sauce.

1071 Northeast 79th Street
Miami,
FL
US

iSushi Caf?'s chefs serve up fresh, vibrant rolls of sushi. But first, appetizers such as conch fritters and tuna tataki make for hearty starters, leading into dragon rolls, Cajun rolls, and crispy salmon tempura rolls that incorporate soft and crunchy textures. This sushi spot also features hot items: there's shrimp teri don and chicken teriyaki. Traditional sake is available as well, perfect for making a toast to the sea and all of its delicious offerings.

3301 NE 1st Ave.
Miami,
FL
US

Tony Chan's Water Club's menu bridges the gustatory gap between China and Japan with a menu that includes both Hong Kong–style Cantonese cuisine and fresh sushi. Earning their food a Zagat rating of "very good to excellent," the chefs accessorize stir-fried orders of chicken, seafood, and vegetables with many different sauces, lending spicy, savory, or tangy flavors to the entrees. At the counter, they carefully arrange orders of nigiri and specialty sushi rolls, which can include premium fillings of shrimp tempura, jalapeños, and parmesan cheese.

The spacious dining room tempts diners with two distinct views: floor-to-ceiling windows gaze directly out onto the waterfront, while a similar wall of windows enables diners to peer into the kitchen. Behind the glass, watched chefs stay calm as they wok-fry entrees and hand-write inspiring quotations on grains of rice.

DoubleTree Grand Hotel, 1717 N Bayshore Dr, Ste 131
Miami,
FL
US

Burger and Beer Joint: A User's Guide

Rock 'n' Roll Vibe | Build-Your-Own Burgers | Beef-Free Alternatives | 75-Plus Beers | Adult Milkshakes

Sample Menu

  • Beef: the Hotel California, an Angus beef burger with guacamole, jalapeño relish, cilantro sour cream, and a sunny-side-up egg
  • Chicken: the Rooster, a chicken burger with turkey bacon, bourbon-barbeque sauce, and a beer-battered onion ring
  • Gluten-free: the Buck Nekid, an Angus burger with grilled red onions and pickles wrapped in iceberg lettuce

    What to Drink: True to its name, Burger and Beer Joint stocks plenty of brews—more than 75 varieties, in fact. If you're not in the mood for pale ales and pilsners, sample an adult milkshake blended with ice cream and a sweet liqueur.



    While You're Waiting

    • Catch a game on one of the eatery's flat-screen TVs.
    • Most of the signature burgers are named after popular songs. Compose an epic 70-minute medley of those tunes to entertain your tablemates.

      Inside Tips

      • If none of the signature burgers jump out at you, just create your own. After selecting one of five patties—including ahi tuna—you can add nearly 50 toppings, such as smoked-pork-belly bacon and walnut pesto.
      • If you're ravenous and on a budget, a free meal awaits if you can finish The Motherburger within two hours. Don't get too cocky, though—the gigantic burger sports 10 pounds of certified Angus beef smothered with lettuce, tomato, and onions.

1766 Bay Rd
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Cofara Restaurant’s chefs Yoshio Takahashi and Mr. Bom decorate the dining room's all-white interior with vibrantly colorful maki, Thai cuisine, and seafood. As customers glance around the room, they see the chefs’ careful plating presentation atop tables, which may include arrangements of ruby-red roe sparkling atop a sushi roll's yellow sauce or leafy greens contrasting with a whole orange lobster tail. Thai curry and noodle dishes slake cravings for spicy-sweet flavors, and a selection of creative ceviches mixes Asian and local flavors for a unique take on fusion.

134 NE 2nd Ave
Miami,
FL
US