Japanese Restaurants in West Little River

Weekend Brunch with Appetizers, Sushi, and Mimosas for Two or Four at iSushi Café (Up to 53% Off)

iSushi Café

Wynwood

$74 $39

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Dig into a choice of appetizers and fresh sushi rolls for a unique brunch experience, paired with mimosas

$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi at Kone Sushi

Kone Sushi

Miami Beach

$30 $15

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

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

Weston Sushi & Grill

Davie

$30 $15

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

$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

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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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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Ninja's Asian Tavern delights savor sectors with a refreshing menu of Korean and Japanese fusion cuisine that includes an epic sushi bar bedecked with a bevy of vibrant nigiri, maki, and sashimi options. Lance a fresh appetizer of assorted sashimi ($10) with chopsticks before treating tummies to a chromatically dazzling Kanisu cucumber-skin roll stuffed with a choice of salmon, tuna, crabstick, eel, or the memoirs of a grizzled fisherman ($9.50). Combo plates advocating sashimi and sushi matrimony include the Chirashi which adorns a bowl of sushi rice with assorted fish-stuffed flavor tubes ($20), and the Three Musketeers, which gathers a merry band of tuna, california, and salmon rolls for a swashbuckling assault on unsuspecting taste buds ($12). Ninja's dimly lit interior boasts private party rooms, karaoke, and sleek modern décor adorned with jagged Japanese characters, glowing orbs hanging from the ceiling, and televisions tuned to the latest in sumo swing-dancing competitions.

15352 NW 79th Ct
Miami Lakes,
FL
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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
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French entrepreneur Siben N’Ser founded the first Planet Sushi in Paris in 1998. Its combination of sculptural cuisine and sleek, modern interior design quickly caught on. Within a few years, he had built sister restaurants in Miami Beach; Ibiza, Spain; and in a handful of towns across France. At the Miami location, purple lights lend a nightclub vibe to the dining room, where guests can watch the chefs work via several flat-screen TVs. Creative maki such as the crab- and asparagus-filled crunch salmon roll radiate color from plates. Starters such as tuna-avocado tartare brim with French influences, and desserts such as lemon sorbet celebrate Florida’s famous citrus. Chefs also shape whimsical specialty dishes such as the Planet Sandwich, which stuffs spicy tuna, American cheese, and avocado between triangular slices of “bread” made from rice.

Guests seeking an extra-romantic atmosphere can toast glasses of sake in a private room or head to the patio to reshape tuna maki into hearts beneath the stars. Alternatively, a fleet of scooters delivers most of the menu to homes and offices.

26 SW 8th St
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
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Sushi Leno’s chefs merge Japanese and Chilean dishes to satisfy cravings for empanadas and sashimi in one stop. After visitors enter the 75-seat restaurant and take a peek behind the sushi bar, the diverse menu diverts their attention to pasta dishes and Chilean-inspired sandwiches such as the chacarero, with steak, steamed green beans, and an avocado spread. With dishes that cater to a wide range of tastes, Sushi Leno can whip up a memorable meal after a long day of disposing grass clippings down a neighbor’s chimney.

4615 NW 72nd Ave
Miami,
FL
US