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Wabi Sabi is a great, casual Japanese restaurant in the Upper East Side. The little shop works for takeout, but it’s even better for a relaxing, leisurely meal consisting of some of Miami’s best sushi. They serve that sushi in a few different forms. Their donburi bowls are excellent and filling, with a base of sushi rice, cha-soba noodles, or greens. They offer maki as well as a la carte nigiri, sashimi, and very good hand rolls. They also have nigiri, sashimi, and chirashi omakase options. The chirashi is the most affordable (about $40) and filling of the three, thanks to the delicious pile of sushi rice the sashimi sits atop of.

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