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If you are planning to spend your next vacation or business trip in Miami, you should taste the unique and tasty cuisine of this stunning and beautiful city. Note that from its bold Caribbean and Latin flavors to fantastic restaurants and eateries led by celebrity chefs, you have a lot to savor on a culinary journey through Miami, especially Greater Miami.

There is no doubt that the restaurants and their diverse menu will impress and please you with their top-notch culinary experiences. Did you know that Miami’s culinary chops tend to extend far beyond high-end and luxury restaurants in glitzy hotels?

For example, you can sample the destination’s delicious and authentic Latin and Caribbean cuisines, from Little Haiti to Little Havana and beyond.

Nobu Miami

Are you coming to Miami for the first time? If so, Nobu Miami is one of the best places for you. The restaurant is near the beach, which makes it an ideal dining location for travelers. Did you know that this Japanese restaurant is led by a famous chef, Nobu Matsuhisa?

You will be happy to know that the menu features Chef Nobu’s signature dishes. Some of them are the Black Cod Miso and Rock Shrimp Tempura. You will also enjoy some Miami favorites, such as the Tai Butter Lettuce and Tenderloin Yuzu Truffle.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

If you are looking for some tasty down-home comfort food with a chic and upscale twist, you will not go wrong with Yardbird Southern Table & Bar. You may know that Yardbird Table & Bar has earned an excellent reputation and die-hard following for its scrumptious Haute Southern comfort food.

It is worth noting that the kitchen churns out fantastic shrimp and grits, charred okra, St Louis–style pork ribs, and biscuits with brisket; however, it is most popular for its supremely good and unique plate of fried chicken, waffles, and spiced watermelon with bourbon maple syrup.

The restaurant also boasts an impressive bourbon list. So, one of the best ways to wash it all down is with a smooth bourbon cocktail.

You will like the setting as well; it comprises a shabby-chic interior with distressed wood and painted white brick columns.


KYU is a modern Asian eatery that has managed to nab multiple award nominations. You should try the crowd-favorite and amazing roasted cauliflower: Carefully served over chartreuse herb vinaigrette, note that the big charred head is tender but packs plenty of bite.

And you cannot miss the spot’s signature dessert: a Martha Stewart-approved towering slice of coconut cake for dessert.


Makoto is set in the famous tony Bal Harbour Shops. Did you know that this stylish Stephen Starr-owned sushi dining spot is led by one of the best sushi chefs in the US? You can head for the far corners of their menu and delight in the live scallop, barbecued freshwater eel, and the sea urchin. Keep in mind that the sushi and sashimi samplers also offer outstanding value.

With the verdant and lovely corridors of the Bal Harbour Shops, a fantastic backdrop for its patio as well as spicy and hot tuna crispy rice that can trump all other versions of the conventional sushi starter, Makoto definitely wins for its combination of crave-worthy dishes and a relaxed and tropical atmosphere. You can also try golden eye snapper or fatty tuna.


You will like this Japanese restaurant as it has a unique little twist for all diners. Note that the informal eating style, conventional yet modern Japanese dishes, and incredible ambiance make Zuma one of the best restaurants in Miami.

You may know that there are over a dozen Zumas around the globe, and the one in Miami is located in the amazing Kimpton Epic Hotel. You can start with the delicious suzuki no sashimi (seabass sashimi with salmon roe, yuzu, and truffle oil). After that, order a signature dish such as roasted lobster with shiso-ponzu butter.

Also, you will be happy to know that you can enjoy your food from three different kitchens from this restaurant- the sushi counter, the robata grill, and the central kitchen. It is no secret that the gorgeous waterfront terrace is a perfect location to experience high-scale private dining.

Phuc Yea

Note that Phuc Yea started in 2011 as Miami’s first pop-up and has now morphed into the city’s hottest and most chic Viet-Cajun restaurant.

One of the reasons for its popularity is that the restaurant enjoys a prime location on the famous Biscayne Boulevard as well as a large, shaded courtyard saturated in crimson accents.

You will be happy to know that in a cool and trendy mid-century space in the renowned MiMo District, Phuc Yea combines local accents and far-off places with Indochine-inspired decor, a fabulous lantern-lit garden, and local art.

Co-owners Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold fuse bold and rich Cajun flavors and fresh and wholesome Vietnamese ingredients to serve dishes, such as prawns with sriracha remoulade, a Cajun cod bao, and squid ink jambalaya with delicious Chinese sausage.