No Name Chinese serves contemporary Chinese cuisine, Dim Sum and weird wines using locally sourced ingredients in an upscale, modern space in South Miami.
Located at 7400 SW 57th Ct, South Miami, FL 33143
According to Eater: Step inside No Name Chinese, the New Restaurant from the Uvaggio Guys, Now open in South Miami. The team behind Coral Gables wine bar Uvaggio, Heath Porter and Craig DeWald, have officially debuted their latest restaurant, No Name Chinese (7400 SW 57th Street) in South Miami. As one might guess, the restaurant has a Chinese influence thanks to executive chef Pablo Zitzmann, who spent a few months in China studying from dumpling masters. The extensive menu features a variety of small plates and dim sum bites like crispy chicken oysters, smashed cucumber salad, and dumplings filled with everything from spicy chicken to red Ossabaw pork shoulder. Bigger dishes feature new takes on “old school classics” like kung pao chicken, salt and pepper shrimp and Mongolian long beans. Then there are the more unique offerings like snapper topped in a Sichuan peppercorn curry and roasted duck breast served with a mango house-made hoisin sauce and moo shu pancakes.
According to Urban Daddy: It Doesn’t Have a Name, but It Does Have Dumplings – Date-Worthy Chinese in South Miami. Names are so overrated. Just ask No Name Chinese, the new spot for dumplings in South Miami. What it lacks in a catchy moniker, it more than makes up for with food that tends to be more delicious than not. But that’s something you and your date will see for yourselves when it opens. Once that fateful day comes, grab two of the 10 seats situated around the kitchen’s work station for a peek at what goes on inside. Start with a nice glass of wine at the sommelier’s suggestion. Discuss tannins and mouth feels and how all the white tile, touches of brick and navy walls remind you of anything but a typical Chinese restaurant setting.
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