This Chinese restaurant has ceilings high enough for Alex Honnold to free-solo and a bizarre video wall, which makes it look like the restaurant is constantly changing shape. But unfortunately, that’s about as interesting as this place gets. The food - which includes pretty bland dumpling platters, calamari in a chili oil that needs to be way spicier, and more rice and noodle dishes - is not flavorful enough to distract you from the shape-shifting wall that’s towering over your table.
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Quinto La Huella
Quinto La Huella is an upscale Uruguayan restaurant in the East Hotel. It’s expensive, but the food is great.
La Moon is a casual Colombian spot in Brickell famous for incredibly large hot dogs covered in an equally incredible amount of sauce.
Osaka Cocina Nikkei
Osaka is an upscale nikkei restaurant in Brickell. The sushi is very good, but most other plates fall short.
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The Citadel is a big food hall in Little River with plenty of seating and a rooftop bar.
Tropical Chinese Restaurant
Tropical Chinese on Bird Road is our favorite place in Miami for dim sum.
Head to Palmar on NW 29th St. with a small group for some of the best Chinese food in the city, in a space that looks like a large green box.
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La Mar by Gaston Acurio
La Mar by Gaston Acurio in Brickell Key serves Peruvian food, including a variety of cebiches, and has a great view of the harbor.
Baby Jane in Brickell serves strong drinks and Japanese drinking food, like ramen and friend chicken.
Stanzione 87 is a minimal Italian spot in Brickell that serves some of the best Neapolitan pizzas in Miami.
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