Arjun Waney is no stranger to restaurants … especially in South Florida. The restaurateur behind some of Miami’s biggest names — Zuma, Coya and La Petite Maison — has set up shop in Miami Beach with a LatAsian concept that fuses Peruvian, Chinese and Japanese influences. Trying to capture all of that fare on one menu can be a tall order, but DÔA masterfully combines the three to craft a feast for the senses.
Having been long-time Top Chef fans, we’re very familiar with the name Dale Talde. Our reaction when we heard the chef was bringing his Asian-American fare down to Miami: pure excitement. Checking out the space has been on our to-do list for a while, and we’ve finally been able to check it off. Here’s what diners can expect at the eatery inside the Thompson Miami Beach. Read more
Earlier this week, we got a sneak peek at what Drunken Dragon is bringing to The South Beach Seafood Festival on October 24. We sat down with Chef Xavier to preview the unique, Asian-inspired dishes he’s preparing for the festival.
A new Asian-fusion restaurant has found a home at the corner of 3500 North Miami Avenue: The Gang Miami. The eatery, whose menu reflects a variety of influences including Thai and Vietnamese, opened in time for Art Basel and has already made a name for itself with delicious dishes and stiff drinks. We had a chance to speak with co-owner Bogdan Niculae about The Gang Miami and his vision for this new Midtown Miami concept.