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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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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Pubbelly Sushi Expands to Downtown Dadeland

Pubbelly Sushi continues its dominance of South Florida’s food scene with a new location in Downtown Dadeland. This location joins outposts in Brickell, Miami Beach, American Airlines Arena and Aventura Mall. If you’ve been to any of the other locations, expect the same consistent quality.

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Wag Wednesday: Lesley Adrina & Cudi

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Since starting the blog, we’ve interviewed many members of the hospitality industry, and one constant among the interviewees has been a profound love for their pets. We thought it would be great to share this love with our readers.

That’s why we launched an ongoing feature called “Wag Wednesday” to showcase industry peeps and their pets. Know someone who wants to be featured? Email us at bark@miamifoodpug.com.

This week, we’re featuring Lesley Adrina, Sous Chef at No Name Chinese, and her pug, Cudi.

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