America is a big melting pot, a place where you can experience different cultures and foods. Japanese food has always been on the list when it comes to dining choices. From sushi to creative fusions, you can enjoy the variety of dishes at these Japanese restaurants in Miami.
Located in South Beach, Sushi Garage remains true to its traditional Japanese roots and serves dishes with quality ingredients like many sushi and hand rolls made with fresh seafood. This Japanese restaurant in Miami has a contemporary aesthetic that's visually pleasing, harmonizing with the simplicity and creativity of the chefs' dishes.
Pubbelly Sushi chefs Yuki and Jose Mendin create unique rolls combining traditional Japanese ingredients and Latin flavors. If you're a fan of fusion, then you'll definitely appreciate the combination of Eastern and Western cuisines here. Although fusion may sound fancy, the restaurant's family-style seating and casual atmosphere make it perfect for gathering with friends or family.
With locations around the world, Zuma is well-known for their contemporary Japanese cuisine and has varied menu items from modern-style dishes to fresh sashimi. They also offer buffet-style brunches as well as private dining and events services. You'll want to make reservations at this Japanese restaurant in Downtown Miami so you don't have to wait a long time for a table.
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Satisfy your sushi cravings at this izakaya-style Japanese restaurant with their extensive list of sushi rolls, nigiri, and sashimi as well as snow crab and lobster. With every drink and dish inspired by Japan, Dragonly Izakaya and & Fish Market offers an authentic dining experience perfect for any occasion.
Nobu has been a favorite place for celebrities and A-listers, but why is it so popular? Nobu Matsuhisa is regarded as the greatest sushi chef in the world, and his restaurants offer an exclusive food selection its customers. Every dish is made with high-quality ingredients and careful preparation and is served with Nobu style.
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