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15 Fantastic Restaurants In Miami, FL

Updated: May 1

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If you’re on vacation in Miami, the restaurant options can be overwhelming. But we have 15 of the best Miami restaurants you need to try while you’re there.


Named after chef Makoto Okuwa, this upscale Japanese restaurant pushes expectations by incorporating modern twists on traditional Japanese dishes.

At Makoto, you can dine on elegant sushi plates, such as the hamachi sushi roll made from fresh king yellowtail.

(305) 864-8600

Bal Harbour Shops

9700 Collins Ave

Miami Beach, FL 33154

The Surf Club Restaurant

Under the experienced eye of the accomplished chef Thomas Keller, this 50s-inspired menu highlights classic American cuisine, such as roasted green circle chicken, while incorporating Miami’s succulent seafood in their gulf prawn cocktail and grilled okra king salmon.

With the expert staff, you can trust that the food is prepared with the utmost care to present you with masterfully created, flavorful plates.

(305) 768-9440

9011 Collins Ave

Surfside, FL 33154


In North Beach, Taquiza spices up the coast with its traditional Mexican tacos, which are made from scratch with blue corn masa tortillas. From its non-taco menu, you can enjoy its gluten-free cinnamon churros.

(786) 588-4755

Taquiza North Beach

7450 Ocean Terrace

Miami Beach, Florida 33141

Phuc Yea

A play on the Vietnamese word for “blessing and prosperity”, Phuc Yea perfectly marries Cajun and Vietnamese cooking, a combination you won’t find anywhere else. Guests can enjoy the unique dining experience of eating pho-spiced smoked short rib while listening to 90’s hip hop jams.

It’s sure to be a meal you won’t forget.

(305) 602-3710

7100 Biscayne Blvd

Miami, FL 33138

Mandolin Aegean Bistro

The Mandolin Aegean Bistro was opened in 2009 by a couple who pour their Greek and Turkish roots to bring you recipes from their homeland. From the back of the house garden, the Bistro harvests fresh ingredients in dishes like stuffed tomatoes and pepper with ground beef, rice, and feta.

(305) 576-6066

4312 NE 2nd Ave

Miami, FL

Amara at Paraiso

Do you want luxury Miami dining that’s Instagram-worthy? The waterfront scenery at Amara is almost as beautiful as the food presentation.

See for yourself the alluring, Latin-inspired plates. You can start your meal with melted queso blanco topped with avocado, figs, and basil, followed by a flavorful arroz verde with chocolate flan for dessert.

(305) 702-5528

3101 NE 7th Ave

Miami, FL 33137

27 Restaurant

For a dinner with a historic feel, 27 Restaurant’s setting is more relaxed, inviting patrons to share a warm meal.

You can peruse their brunch menu from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., possibly ordering a lemon poppy scone with fresh juice or a morning cocktail. In the evening, their eclectic dinner menu and full-service bar open up.

(305) 531-2727

2727 Indian Creek Dr

Miami Beach, FL

Zak the Baker

If you want a larger selection of brunch options, Zac the Baker has plenty of options, from their custom bagel with white fish to their lovely yogurt parfaits.

Zac’s artisan breads are even supplied to other restaurants around Miami. So, if their signature flaky sourdough tickles your taste buds in another eatery, chances are more can be found at Zac’s.

(786) 294-0876

295 NW 26th St

Miami, FL 33127


Hiden is not a restaurant you’ll run into accidentally. Taking its name literally, Hiden is an exclusive Japanese restaurant that only seats about 10 people at a time. That is, if you make a reservation, find it behind a taco shop obstructing it, and enter it using the code you’re provided.

But all the work is worth it when you finally taste their carefully prepared food.

With ingredients brought straight from Japan, this restaurant brings you an authentic taste of the country. Because of this, Hiden embraces the seasonal nature of their ingredients, resulting in a changing menu throughout the year.

(786) 208-9959

313 NW 25th St

Miami, FL 33127


KYU provides Asian-inspired barbeque flavor with thick-cut meats cooked over a wood fire grill. You can try their crispy tuna tartare with smoked chili or grilled baby bok choy with toasted garlic.

(786) 577-0150

251 NW 25th St

Miami, FL

Ono Poke Shop

Different from a typical Poke shop, Ono Poke has a limited selection of toppings. But they offer quality ingredients and fresh-cut fish that pair well with your dish.

Remember the renowned Makoto Okuwa? The head chef of Ono Poke has studied under him for years to bring you the best techniques of Japanese cooking.

(786) 618-5366

2320 N Miami Ave

Miami, FL 33127


Inspired by seasonal ingredients and a brilliant chef talent, Alter has an ever-changing menu to bring you a unique experience when you come. This relaxing dining service can be found in the Wynwood neighborhood.

(305) 573-5996

223 NW 23rd St

Miami, FL


Bringing Brooklyn pizza pies to Miami, Lucali works to have the healthiest ingredients in its generations-old classic recipes. Aside from pizza, Lucali also serves calzones and various salad choices.

(305) 695-4441

1930 Bay Rd

Miami Beach, FL


If you’re in the mood for a classic Miami seafood experience, Mignonette is the place to go. Mignonette is a seafood lover's dream, from their fried fish sandwich to their crab cakes.

(305) 374-4635

210 NE 18th St

Miami, FL

All Day

Determined to build a place of positivity and great food, All Day is committed to giving you an evening to look back on fondly.

Part coffee shop, part diner, All Day is good to stop by for a big breakfast before a day out in Miami.

(305) 669-3447

1035 N Miami Ave

Miami, FL


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