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Momi Market



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Momi Market is light-years more casual than most of Brickell’s sushi options—but it’s also better than nearly all of them. This little spot does donburi alongside a small menu of nigiri, rolls, and sashimi. The fish is sliced beautifully, and exactly what you want when you’re craving chutoro on a Wednesday. We like it for a walk-in dinner, but the donburi options are also perfect for a lunch break (the counter seating is great for eating alone). The salmon ikura don is wonderful, but if you want something cooked, go for the delicious unadon with generous slabs of shiny, glazed eel.  

They also do one of Miami's best omakase meals. You’ve got to call (or visit) the restaurant at least two days in advance to set up your reservation. Sometimes texting is involved. But it’s worth it. They only seat one party at a time for the omakase, so the chef can devote his attention to you. He’ll adjust his dabs of wasabi based on your preference, ask if you’d like more or less of a certain fish, and monitor your fullness so you don’t get too stuffed before the best bites arrive. The 17-ish course meal ($175 per person) has some extraordinary nigiri as well as dishes like fish collar and little bowls of chirashi covered in roe. It’s highly seasonal too, so you can return every few months and have a different (but equally delicious) experience.

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