No Name Chinese Offers a Dope Weekend Brunch

Our love for No Name Chinese needs no introduction. We’ve sung its many praises for dinner service, and that high praise now extends to brunch. The South Miami eatery is giving diners many tasty reasons to visit on weekends, all thanks to Executive Chef Pablo Zitzmann and his talented team.

This isn’t your basic brunch. No Name Chinese’s brunch is a production — one that leaves you in awe from start to finish. It’s no wonder No Name Chinese is one of the best restaurants in South Miami.

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Silverlake Bistro: Your Diet Starts Never

La Fresa Francesa is fantastic. The Hialeah French restaurant (yes, you read that correctly) has become a neighborhood staple with its delectable dishes and friendly faces, and the latest venture from its owners is poised for the same success. Normandy Isle’s Silverlake Bistro, which gets its name from the owners’ time in Southern California, is fairly different from its sister eatery but shares one big similarity: quality.

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Fratelli La Bufala: An Italian Delight

Nothing can keep us from good pasta — not even the recent construction on the MacArthur Causeway. We braved the hellish beach traffic in search of delectable Italian cuisine, and we found it at Fratelli La Bufala.

Italian restaurants may be a dime a dozen in Miami, but there aren’t many that can actually stand the test of time (or our palates). There’s a reason this place has been around since 2005.

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Fooq’s Offers a Fantastic Miami Spice Menu

With over 200 restaurants to choose from, Miami Spice can be daunting for diners. Figuring out which restaurants are worth your money is a mission; there are just so many menus to review. We’ll make your decision easy: Run — don’t walk — to Fooq’s for Miami Spice.

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No Name Chinese Adds New Menu Items

For over a year now, Chef Pablo Zitzmann and his team have been cooking up dope Chinese food for the masses day in and day out at No Name Chinese. On any given night, you’ll encounter a packed house — the restaurant is succeeding in a neighborhood that hasn’t been too kind to other eateries.

The reason is simple: No Name Chinese is serious about good food. They’re amazingly consistent — we’ve visited over 10 times and left impressed each time — and their latest seasonal additions are some of our favorite dishes yet.

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