This casual North Miami spot has a big menu, and even though it’s got “Thai” in its name, sushi - and really anything with raw fish - is what you want to eat here. Start with the white fish truffle, served in little spoons of lychee, yuzu, truffle oil, and white fish that you get to slurp like an oyster. Then take your pick of any of the hand rolls, which pretty much all taste as good as they sound.
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