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Asian-Mart

Asian-Mart is a great little Asian market on Calle Ocho with a boba shop in the back and an instant ramen bar.

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Blind Tiger

Blind Tiger is a hidden sushi bar inside Aventura's Reunion Ktchn Bar. They make excellent Japanese food with a Miami flavor.

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7.7

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The Den

The Den is a private omakase inside South Beach's Azabu, and it justifies its steep price point by serving some of Miami's best sushi.

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7.5

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Shibui Japanese Restaurant

Kendall’s Shibui is a classic Japanese spot with a vintage interior and solid food.

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8.7

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Hiden

Hiden is a $200 per person omakase spot in the back of a taco place in Wynwood, and is home to one of the best special occasion meals in the city.

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6.4

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Mila

Mila is a see-and-be-seen Lincoln Road rooftop restaurant, and some of the food is good.

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Miss Crispy Rice

Miss Crispy Rice is a sushi counter inside Wynwood’s Oasis specializing in very good crispy rice and hand rolls.

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5.9

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Nobu Miami

Nobu is a touristy Japanese restaurant in Mid-Beach’s Eden Roc hotel. There’s nothing special going on here.

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6.7

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Sushi Garage CocoWalk

Sushi Garage is a Japanese restaurant in Coconut Grove with a big menu. The food's fine, and it works for a casual weeknight dinner or Happy Hour.

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7.5

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Planta Queen

Planta Queen is an entirely vegan restaurant in Coconut Grove, making tasty plant-based dishes with various Asian influences.

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4.0

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Komodo

Komodo is a sceney Brickell restaurant with a pretty disappointing (and expensive) menu.

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8.8

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Ceviche Dozo

Ceviche Dozo in Hollywood is a great place for a very affordable Japanese meal that doesn’t skimp on quality.

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Hachidori Ramen

Hachidori is a Little River restaurant that specializes in ramen. The ramen here is good, and what you should stick to.

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7.2

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Sushi Chef Japanese Restaurant & Market

Sushi Chef is a great, casual Japanese restaurant on Coral Way perfect for an easy lunch or dinner.

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7.8

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Makoto

Makoto is an upscale Japanese restaurant in Bal Harbour with a pretty dining room and some tasty raw fish.

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9.0

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Naoe

Brickell’s Naoe is one of the most expensive—and unforgettable—omakase experiences in the city.

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7.2

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Yakko-San

Yakko-San is a big Japanese restaurant in North Miami Beach. The menu is huge and it’s a reliable spot for a good, casual meal.

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7.4

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Kaori

Kaori is an upscale Brickell restaurant serving great cocktails and very good Mediterranean, Chinese, and Japanese dishes.

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7.0

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Su-Shin Izakaya

Su-Shin Izakaya is a very good Japanese restaurant in Coral Gables perfect for a quick lunch or easy dinner.

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8.7

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Uchi Miami

Uchi is an upscale restaurant in Wynwood with a huge menu full of excellent Japanese dishes.