Sushi Kong Crushes on Coral Way

By Mitchell Nover

Sushi Kong (3000 Coral Way, Coral Gables) is not your average sushi restaurant, so traditionalists beware. Rather, the concept out of Venezuela is very much a Japanese-Latin fusion restaurant meant to move diners outside of their comfort zones. Combining an avant-garde, comic book style decor, a menu that actually gets more interesting outside of the sushi section, and #dessertporn that will leave you drooling, Sushi Kong delivers both a memorable and monstrous meal. I hope you’re hungry…

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Izaka-yasssss

By Mitchell Nover

Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market (5241 NW 87th Ave, Doral) is not your traditional Japanese restaurant. While it’s rooted in Japanese comfort food, its menu is a globally-inspired take on traditional Izakaya (aka Japanese gastropub) dishes. In addition to a raw bar, and extensive sushi and sashimi selection, Dragonfly also features a progressive beverage program and an adjoining fish market will nod to the famous Tsukiji Fish Market in Japan where guests can participate in educational seafood workshops and purchase items ranging from house-made bottled sauces to fresh seafood sourced locally and from exotic waters across the globe.

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Drunken Dragon Slays New Brunch

By Mitchell Nover

By now, the secret is out about Drunken Dragon. Nobody is fooled by that random red MARKET sign in a seemingly innocuous strip mall on Alton Road. We’re all very well aware of the surprise décor, super chic vibe, and the Asian-inspired wonders that are feasted upon inside, but that doesn’t mean that Chef Xavier Torres and team don’t continue to surprise us. Case in point: the new brunch menu.

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