This Chinese restaurant has ceilings high enough for Alex Honnold to free-solo and a bizarre video wall, which makes it look like the restaurant is constantly changing shape. But unfortunately, that’s about as interesting as this place gets. The food - which includes pretty bland dumpling platters, calamari in a chili oil that needs to be way spicier, and more rice and noodle dishes - is not flavorful enough to distract you from the shape-shifting wall that’s towering over your table.
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Naoe in Brickell serves the most over-the-top (and expensive) sushi omakase in the city, and it’s worth every penny.
Tacology is a big Mexican restaurant in Brickell, and one of the better food options inside the Brickell City Centre.
Coyo Taco is a casual taco shop with multiple locations throughout Miami, and the tacos are definitely worth waiting in line.
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Fuchai Chinese & Korean Kitchen
Fuchai is an Edgewater restaurant serving a mix of Chinese and Korean food. It’ll work if you’re desperate for either - otherwise, skip it.
Novikov is an upscale spot in Downtown where you will spend a lot of money and be surrounded by people in businesswear.
Da Tang Zhen Wei
Da Tang Zhen Wei is a Chinese hot pot spot in Brickell with a ridiculously over-the-top dining room.
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La Mar by Gaston Acurio
La Mar by Gaston Acurio in Brickell Key serves Peruvian food, including a variety of cebiches, and has a great view of the harbor.
Baby Jane in Brickell serves strong drinks and Japanese drinking food, like ramen and friend chicken.
Stanzione 87 is a minimal Italian spot in Brickell that serves some of the best Neapolitan pizzas in Miami.
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