Miami is an excellent gastronomic destination, because it has top-notch restaurants inspired by culinary traditions from all over the world. That’s not only a great city perk, but also an ideal recipe for some fusion destinations, and we’ve rounded them up. Here’s a short guide to Miami’s best fusion restaurants:
The Gang Miami
An inspiringly creative atmosphere, The Gang Miami is a trendy loft-like space that serves colorful Asian-fusion cuisine. The menu sources influences from East Asian countries, as well as Bangkok, Thailand. Be sure to try the green-tea crab rangoon, and the Asian honey duck leg when you visit.
The Gang Miami. 3500 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL. (305) 570-9430
This Brazilian-influenced sushi spot in Miami is one of the city’s most inventive fusion restaurants. Come enjoy the interior’s contemporary design and sleek patio while sampling delicious sushi rolls and creative dishes like carpaccio featuring yellowtail and truffle oil, and Japanese fried chicken.
Kone Sushi. 247 SE 1st St, Miami, FL. (305) 373-7622
This casual Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant in Miami is always popping with a lively crowd indulging in its vast sake, wine, and beer menus. Located in the artsy and ever-trendy neighborhood of Wynwood, the restaurant brings style with its design and menu. Sample cocktails from the pisco bar, and indulge in house favorites like tuna tataki and lomo saltado spring rolls.
Suviche Wynwood. 2751 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL. (305) 501-5010
DOA Miami Beach
DOA is one of the most inventive and stylish restaurant spices in all of Miami Beach. Located right here in South Beach, on the same street as The Blue Moon Hotel, it’s the perfect place to stop by for apps, dinner, drinks, or all of the above. Cross the spectrum with ceviche maki rolls, homemade pork belly buns, and an array of ceviches.
DOA Miami Beach. 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL. (305) 587-2000
For a quick, easy, and delicious bite, swing by Miami’s Burrito San for a sushi-style burrito that will blow your mind. Making sushi on-the-go easy and delicious, this restaurant also offers creative takes on the classic cuisines with options like teriyaki Alaskan salmon burritos, masala chicken burritos, and mochi ice cream.
Burrito San. 119 SE 1st Ave, Miami, FL. (305) 533-1288