This February, Miami Beach have a fresh addition in their neighborhood of a japanese concept restaurant. Brought by the team behind Juvia, Jonas and Alexandra Millán and Chef Partner Sunny Oh, Sushi Garage now opens in the heart of Sunset Harbour. Sushi Garage rolls out a menu of updated classics, grilled fish and inventive nigiris, with cocktails to match. Dozens of dangling koi fish sculptures, hand-made tiles and a garage door from the original building lend personality to the otherwise minimalist space. Here is more information about Sushi Garage :
According to Urban Daddy :
“Because yes, it’s true. And for the record, it looks nothing like an auto body shop. Though if you look carefully, you’ll find subtle odes to its former life among the dangling fish sculptures and the fresh ginger growing all around the place. Like the wing nuts being used as chopstick holders. And the roll-up garage door. That last one isn’t very subtle. Still. And date-night potential? Sure. That’s one way you could go. Juvia’s chef Sunny Oh will be back in the kitchen here, so that’d be a good call. But a group would feel just as at-home in one of the semicircular booths toward the back. With sashimi, yes. But also tacos fashioned out of shishito leaves and stuffed with toro. Hot pots. A round or two of the Fat Qcumber with cucumber vodka, yuzu sake and St-Germain.”
According to Miami.com :
“Building upon the success of Juvia, we have been looking to create a local driven true Japanese concept in a neighborhood environment. With Sushi Garage we hope to enhance the dining scene in Miami with our approachable concept, says Jonas.
Sunset Harbour is at the epicenter of Miami’s evolution of dining and restaurants, says Millan. We’re trying to keep it simple and provide locals and smart tourists a casual restaurant in an exciting environment.” written by Lesley Abravanel.
According to Yelp :
“Where do I begin, this place is amazing!! Authentic Japanese. Incredibly fresh fish which makes then sashimi and sushi so tasty. We had a dish that had salmon sashimi with some type of yuzu sauce, highly recommend this. The crispy rice with spicy tuna is one of the best I’ve ever tried. I was very impressed with the rice bowl with vegetables that comes out steaming hot, the stone bowl actually cooks the rice while its at your table.. This was my first time having something like this, delicious. The sea bass was cooked to perfection in a miso sauce. I had the Bloody Mary as a cocktail, it was great, the wasabi and shishito pepper really give that spicy kick which I love in a Bloody. For dessert we had some type of spongey cake that a citrus sorbet on it, very light and refreshing perfect way to end a delightful meal. I will for sure be back for more!” written by Jenn. (rated 5 stars).
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