The restaurants in the 2022 Miami Spice Asian Guide have been hand-selected by The Hungry Post and are presented by:
Miami Spice isn’t over just yet and we have another month to explore some new restaurants and favorites for a banging price. We have combed through this year’s Miami Spice menus to give you the ultimate pairing and selections for all you Hungries out there. Presented by The House of Suntory, check out the must-try Miami Spice guide for your Asian cravings. Featured below are our personal selections from each Miami Spice menu paired with a hand-crafted House of Suntory cocktail.
Pair your Miami Spice lunch with a Nightcrawler made with Suntory Toki, Korean red ginseng lemon, yuzu syrup, and club soda.
If you are looking for your introduction to dining at COTE, this is how you start. Stop in for a weekday lunch and start off with the Steak Tartare made with local grass-fed top-round, pear, and, crispy tendon puffs. Order the Butcher’s Luncheon and enjoy tableside grilling of their USDA Prime Hanger Steak and 45+ Days Dry Aged Ribeye accompanied by lettuce, scallion salad, and ssamjang. And no meal is ever truly complete without dessert. Dig your spoon into their Vanilla Soft Serve topped with soy sauce caramel. This is the only Michelin-starred restaurant that is offering a Miami Spice menu this year.
Pair your Miami Spice dinner with a stirred Dirty AF Martini made with Roku Gin and olives.
Tucked away on 71st and Biscayne Blvd you will find glowing red lanterns, exceptional vibes, and flavorful food. Phuc Yea delivers a Miami Spice menu that will have you going from one-timer to regular. Every dish on this Miami Spice menu will have you saying mmmm, but here are our favorites. Start off with 5 Spice Roasted Pork bao with house-made sweet & sour sauce, house pickles, fresh herbs, sriracha aioli, fluffy steam bun; followed by the fall-off-the-bone Duck Confit served with house red coconut curry, daikon radish, pineapple. We recommend choosing the Smacked Cucumbers for your table side share option. And as all meals must come to an end, make sure to end it sweet. Dessert is Chef’s Choice, but we can assure you it will be a home run.
Pair your Miami Spice dinner with a Suntory Garden made with Suntory Toki, St. Germain, guava purée, simple syrup, lemon juice, and basil leaves.
Where modern and traditional Japanese cuisine meets; Kosushi located in Miami Beach’s South Pointe neighborhood, opens the door to a multicultural dining experience. Dive into their Miami Spice menu and start your meal off with a light Yuzu Watercress salad, followed by pan-seared Wagyu Gyozas served with a ponzu dipping sauce (trust us when we say the gyozas are addicting). And what’s a Miami Spice sushi date without sushi?! Try all the nigiri selections offered featuring Madai Jelly, Tuna Foie, Salmon Truffle, and Kosushi King Maki. Finish your Kosushi meal with a delicious and light Mango and Strawberry Mochi.