Hannya opens in Brickell

Brickell found themself a new addition at their gourmet choices. Larry Chi of “Akashi” that has been popular at South Miami for their Sushi, opens “ Hannya” in Brickell. They’re soft opening this week at 1063 SE 1st Ave. Larry Chi is known to be a master of Asian taste sure will bring many interest to the restaurant. Here is more information about Hannya :

 

According to DowntownMiami.com :

“Larry Chi of “Akashi” fame has teamed up with the Shabani brothers from “Rice House of Kabob” to open “Hannya” in the heart of Brickell. The look and feel at Hannya is relaxing, the ideal ambiance to savor the quality and originality that has established Larry Chi as a master of Asian Cuisine. Among the many unique offerings at Hannya, guests will enjoy seeing and tasting sashimi artfully presented atop ice. The mix of the best quality sashimi with the temperature absorbed by the ice makes this for a memorable culinary experience.”

 

According to Urban Daddy :

“Akashi. They’ve been doing magical things with sushi in South Miami for 20 years. And now they’re doing those things in Brickell. Which bodes well for your daily recommended nigiri intake. For the former: one of the black wooden booths. A discreet spot for exchanging a few trade secrets over some Sapporos. For the latter: the sushi bar. It’s the one with the massive lionfish tank lining the wall. Solid conversation-starting locale for bottles of unfiltered sake and some grilled yellowtail collar. Which you’re likely to find at brunch here… soon. Along with 13 kinds of Vietnamese-style noodles.”

 

According to New Times :

“There are no amateurs sushi chefs behind this new downtown dig: Hannya is the creative work of Larry Chi, an elite South Florida chef as well as a third generation restaurant owner. Chi made a name for himself in 1993 with the opening of the wildly popular Akashi Sushi in South Miami, and the subsequent opening of Akashi in Coconut Grove in 2008. Hannya, which means “wisdom” in Japanese, will follow suit and serve Japanese food, in addition to other Asian-inspired dishes.” written by Ilana Ladis.

 

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