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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Novikov: A Downtown Miami Delight

When it comes to restaurants, Downtown Miami’s reputation isn’t exactly pristine. The place is practically a ghost town after work; many restaurants are only open for lunch because dinner crowds can be few and far between. It takes a high-quality restaurant to survive an evening in Downtown Miami.

Based on our recent dining experience, Novikov is here to stay.

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MFP’s Picks of the Month – November 2017

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If you haven’t noticed, we go out to eat a lot. It’s sometimes hard to keep track of the best spots we’ve visited each month (and week and day). That’s why we’ve decided to put together a monthly list of our top picks. You can expect restaurants both young and old on this list — we’re always discovering new spots on our foodie adventures.

Here are our top picks for November 2017.

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NaiYaRa Introduces New Menu Items

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When we first visited NaiYaRa, Chef Piyarat Potha Arreeratn aka Chef Bee had just opened this ode to Asian street fare in Sunset Harbour. A year has passed since then, and Chef Bee has introduced many new dinner items to the menu (and he has plenty more in the works).

Although the menu has changed, the experience hasn’t. These latest additions continue to deliver the value, flavor and satiety that diners have come to expect from the fare at this Miami Beach hotspot.

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Shanghai Nights at Bazi: What a Deal

Bazi - Shaghai NightsBazi, the modern Asian-inspired restaurant within the Marlin Hotel, has just made your Sunday nights a lot more interesting. This past Sunday, the Miami Beach eatery from the team behind Macchialina (one of our favorite restaurants ever) launched a new weekly special: Shanghai Nights.

Every Sunday this spring, guests can enjoy an assortment of Chinese classics for just $10. Yes, just $10. On the beach, that’s unheard of for a restaurant of this caliber. Which is why you need to make a reservation and go.

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