Osaka is an upscale Nikkei restaurant in Brickell, and - while it’s tough to leave here without spending a lot of money - the food is very good. Ceviche, tiradito, and sushi are what you want to focus on. The Peru tiradito is a small but delicious portion of white fish, avocado mousse, and crunchy sweet potato. The nigiri is great as well - and if you don’t want to order a la carte, they have a couple omakase options ranging from $145 and $240. The sleek restaurant itself is impressive enough for special occasions or business meals - especially if you have a corporate card at your disposal. You probably won’t leave very full unless you feel like spending at least $100 per person, but you will have some great bites of raw fish along the way.
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