Uchi, a pretty well-known sushi spot in Austin, now has a Wynwood location, and it’s one of the best places to eat sushi in Miami. The menu is very large and portions aren’t designed to make you uncomfortably full, but if you want to celebrate an anniversary or just have 10 to 15 bites of phenomenal raw fish, Uchi is a good option. There’s really no bad choices on the menu, but we quite enjoyed the unagi, the hama chili, and the Hokkaido uni sashimi, which were four delicious lumps of uni topped with pineapple and wrapped in a shiso leaf. Oh, and the fried milk dessert is just as fantastic as it sounds. Uchi has a big dining room and some outdoor seating, though it is located alongside the driveway of an apartment building, so expect a steady stream of cars and loud motorcycles to roll by.
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