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156 NE 41st St, Miami
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We simply can not think of any reason to ever come to Okami. The Design District Nikkei restaurant misses just about every mark possible. The fish in the bland ceviche is tough and chewy. You might chip a tooth on their version of crispy rice. The interior hovers somewhere between a laser tag arena and a nightclub from the year 2003. You can skip this place with confidence, especially since the best Nikkei restaurant in Miami, Itamae, is just a short walk away (and more affordable).

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