Sushi in Orange Park


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  • Mr Yum
    Situated in Miami’s Little Havana district, where you typically would find Latin restaurants, is the pleasant surprise of contemporary sushi bar Mr. Yum. With its stark white tables, concrete floor and vermilion-colored wall accent, this restaurant is hip, funky and a bit loud. Owner Bond Trisransri is going for a bit of the South Beach flair, and each plate that is presented to you furthers the notion of food as performance art piece. Its signature dish is the Havana roll, a concoction of tempura white fish, avocado, cucumbers, masago and spicy mayo, while the unique menu offers both Thai and Japanese specialties, including Y-shaped Thai doughnuts for dessert. Although parking is typically difficult on Calle Ocho, the adjacent parking lot makes it that much easier to enjoy Mr. Yum.
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    1945 SW 8th St.
    Miami, FL US
  • Acevichao
    At Acevichao, there's no need to decide between the bold flavors of Peruvian food and the delicate balance of Japanese cuisine. Here, diners can have both. That's because this fusion spot specializes in two foods that put a distinctive spin on raw fish?sushi and ceviche. Chefs grace neatly plated maki comprised of shrimp or tuna with tropical fruit, and marinate layered ceviches in fresh lime juice. They also whip up a selection of heartier options, including Peruvian fried rice, breaded fish filet, and shredded chicken with Peruvian yellow peppers and cheese. As the kitchen staff hop between Asian and South American culinary styles, guests can kick back with glasses of saki or wine while admiring the abstract art on the dining room walls.
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    1444 SW 8th St.
    Miami, FL US
  • Sake Room Express
    Though the dining room of Sake Room Express fills with the spicy and citrusy aromas of Japanese soups and steaming hot appetizers, the main attraction?sushi?doesn't steam at all. A spread of 26 rolls, with or without rice, ranges from the more traditional lemon-tuna roll to eclectic creations such as the Black Hawk roll, which combines shrimp tempura, cream cheese, asparagus, and spicy honey-lemon mayo. Cooked entrees, such as skewers of teriyaki-marinated or katsu-style breaded steak and chicken fresh from the grill, bring a different kind of heat.
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    426 SW 8th St
    Miami, FL US
  • Chinois Chinois
    At Chinois Chinois, chefs prepare familiar Chinese and Japanese dishes but set the dishes apart by adding a touch of American flair. They mix veggies into pan-Asian noodle dishes including lo mein, pad thai, and curried singapore noodles, and they prepare nearly a dozen seafood dishes. At the sushi bar, chefs roll out more than two dozen classic delicacies, such as salmon and cream cheese or shrimp tempura drizzled with spicy mayo. They also plate temaki, long, conical rolls stuffed with raw fish, and they arrange sushi boats filled with more than a dozen pieces. Guests can dine amid statues of Asian deities and shoji screens that pop against deep-red walls, or they can sit on the outdoor patio, which is sheltered from the street by a row of leafy palms.
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    1777 SW 3rd Ave
    Miami, FL US
  • Holy Bagels & Pizzeria Downtown
    Holy Bagels & Pizzeria Downtown serves up Kosher meals bookended by bagels for breakfast and pizza later in the day. Breakfast brings a flurry of entrees that go beyond typical day starters with skakshuka (eggs cooked in a veggie sauce) and a bagel platter with smoked salmon and the works. But the variety doesn't end there. Throughout the day, housemade focaccia bread still warm from the oven becomes the base for sandwiches stuffed with Mediterranean treats like fried eggplant, hardboiled eggs, and hummus. Chefs also build plates of pasta and a fish specialties, including pecan-encrusted salmon. If that's not enough inspiration to eat every meal here for the rest of your life, two dozen kosher sushi rolls keep the party going and signature pizzas pop out of the oven with toppings like spicy tuna or pesto sauce.
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    93 NW 1st St.
    Miami, FL US
  • Tien Kue
    Known for its noodle and rice dishes, Tien Kue serves excellent Chinese cuisine to Coral Gables locals. Looking for low-fat, gluten-free meal options? Look no further at Tien Kue. The drink list at Tien Kue has everything you need to complete your meal (and your night out). Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Tien Kue just as much as mom and dad. Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back Tien Kue is come-as-you-are. It's been too long since you've had a great meal at home. Order takeout or delivery from Tien Kue and enjoy! Drivers can access the parking lot next door. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Tien Kue. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Tien Kue.
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    2860 Coral Way
    Coral Gables, FL US
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