Hiyakawa is a Japanese restaurant in Wynwood that wins the award we just made up for “Most Interesting Ceiling In Miami.” But beyond the beautiful curved architecture of this place (which kind of makes you feel like you’re eating inside a fancy cave), there’s some very good things to eat here - specifically sushi. Hiyakawa offers nigiri, sashimi, maki, and more platter options from $55 to $95. There are also yakimono dishes ranging from lamb to duck to A5 wagyu. It’s an upscale place where you won’t feel out of place all dressed up, but the dining room is tiny, so it’s best to come here with a small party who appreciates good sushi.
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