Sushi in North Miami

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The chefs at Asia Bay Thai Cuisine & Sushi Bar wrap crab, avocado, and masago inside paper-thin slivers of cucumber to create Naruto maki, just one of many offerings from the eatery's sushi bar. Along with Japanese sushi and sashimi, the menu spans other parts of Asia with red curry lobster, pad thai noodles, and mango and kani salad, which is sure to inspire the level of health necessary to run a marathon in scuba flippers.

1007 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands,
FL
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Sushi N Thai, which is open daily, brims with staff ready to adorn tables with steaming dishes of crispy, sauce-slathered thai duck ($17) or other classic Thai or Japanese dishes from its extensive dinner menu. The Beauty and the Beast roll ($10) sets tuna and eel, the star-crossed lovers of the marine world, in an ensemble of scallions, avocado, asparagus, and masago. Drunken noodles ($12) sway eaters into the slippery embrace of mixed vegetables, basil, and rice noodles sautéed with egg, and the kake udon ($10) dunks broccoli and black mushrooms in a hot bath of japanese wheat noodles. Thai curries ($13–$17), like traffic lights in heaven, can be summoned in red, green, or yellow varieties at the customer's whim.

14443 Miramar Pkwy
Miramar,
FL
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Kone specializes in sushi hand rolls known in Japan as temaki—te, which means hand, and maki, which means roll. These tiny wonders rely on a strong Brazilian influence, and contrary to traditional sushi principles and intense protesting from old-school fishermen, they are crafted in a cone shape. Though Kone has more than 60 temaki recipes in salmon and tuna, patrons can modify rolls or create their own to specifications for pairing with a wide array of appetizers, salads, sashimi, and traditional-style house rolls.

Located in South Beach less than 1,000 feet from the Atlantic Ocean, Kone's modern dining room harbors a black-and-white color scheme, with glints of red in chairs and wall segments. In a separate lounge area, diners can also sip on Sakerinha, the sake version of Brazil's most popular liquor drink, or dish on a brazilian waffle treat called brigadeiro, made per tradition with chocolate and fresh fruit.

232 5th Street
Miami Beach,
FL
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King Kone reinvents the typical sushisperience by hand rolling fresh and portable morsels. The chefs hand craft an array of tapered, cone-style arrangements, with select chefs capable of constructing rolls in a stopwatch-shattering 10–15 seconds. Chopstick through traditional combinations such as the salmon, eel, avocado, and scallions of the Shock Kone ($5.99–$6.99), which complements the rogue innovation of the coconut shrimp roll ($5.99–$6.99), an amalgam of tempura shrimp, coconut, pineapple, and scallions. King Kone’s ingredients can also be liberated of their oppressive vestments and by traveling in a no-rolls-barred rice bowl ($7.99). The bar also fills ice-cream cones with sweet and succulent spreads including nutella and strawberry flavors ($3.99).

1570 Alton Road
Miami Beach,
FL
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Kung Fu Kitchen & Sushi suppresses burning appetites for elegant tastes with a flavorful menu of Chinese, Thai, and Japanese delights. Satisfy yearnings for delicious art by partaking in a selection of sushi, including the customer favorite Kung Fu crunch roll, in which crab sticks, avocado, and cream cheese huddle under an umbrella of spicy tuna to stay dry from a tangy eel sauce ($15).

1720 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach,
FL
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Founded by 2011 and 2010 James Beard Best Restaurateur semifinalist Myles Chefetz, Shoji Sushi impresses epicurean palates with maki the Miami New Times calls "cutting edge." The menu's 27 rolls carefully balance flavors and textures, from jalapeño peppers' spice to deep-fried oysters' crunch, and cooked entrees range from crisp tempura to Maine lobster that's grilled or steamed, served within the mocha-hued interior of clean lines and dark woods.

100 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach,
FL
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