Hungry Posted: Buya Izakaya+Yakitori

New Japanese gastropub in Miami

Address:250 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33127

Meal Type
Dinner, Lunch

Cuisine
Japanese

Pricing

By: Isabella Niño

WHAT TO EXPECT


Buya Izakaya+Yakitori brings Japanese gastropub food to Miami. Izakaya, or sit-down sake shops, are the equivalent to Spanish tapa bars and Irish pubs in Japan. Buya is serving chicken yakitori, grilled meats and veggie skewers known as Kushiyaki cooked on binchotan charcoal. Besides the food being delicious, there is a hidden cocktail den by the bar where you can sip on a curated menu of beer, wine, sake, and crafty cocktails.

THE MENU


Now let’s talk about the food! This menu is meant to be shared, so be prepared try a little bit of everything. Kushiyaki skewers include the Wagyu beef with a shisho chimichurri sauce, a tender fuji apple glazed Pork Belly and a light Yellowtail snapper with ponzu butter sauce. The menu also includes yakitori or chicken skewers, bowls, and a section called super rad. We’re not sure what super rad stands for but the dishes were rad.

Buya Izakaya

WHAT TO ORDER


Chicken Thighs marinated to perfection, crispy chicken skins, and miso glazed quail.

If you are looking for hot pots, Buya offers three main Bowls the Oxtail Ramen is a must-try for it’s tender meat, rich broth, and soft noodles creating a delicious combination of flavors and texture.

Buya Izakaya

Other dishes you’ll enjoy include the Pork Belly Buns, Shiitake Buns, Baked Sweet Potato (WOW! Just try it and thank us later), Seaweed Salad (is not your classic Seaweed Salad, and the Tempura Beach Mushroom over a creamy Tokyo ranch.

Buya Izakaya

HOW TO SCORE A TABLE


Walk-in and find a spot by the hidden bar den, next to the grill, or on any other social distanced table available.

COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES


At Buya Izakaya + Yakitori all staff is required to wear masks as well as customers until seated. Buya offers inside and outside seating.

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