Right outside Catch's doors, a Rolls-Royce convertible was parked in the driveway. But no one noticed the handsome car. No one seemed to mind the restaurant's $17 cocktails, long waits, or hackneyed flavors of its sushi rolls and chicken lettuce wraps, either.

Herb-roasted branzino
Herb-roasted branzino

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Catch Miami

1545 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Category: Restaurant > Asian Fusion

Region: South Beach

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Catch Miami

786-224-7200; jameshotels.com/miami/eat-drink/catch/
Dinner Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday 6:30 to 10 p.m., Monday 6:30 to 10:30 p.m., and Thursday through Saturday 6:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Hamachi crudo $16
Catch Roll $17
Scallop dumplings $16
Crunchy rice cakes $16
Herb-roasted branzino $29

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Perhaps they were too preoccupied contemplating Top Chef's latest winner or trying to place Hardy Hill's striking visage. Maybe they were cocooned by the myth that South Beach is at its best when it replicates New York-style hype. Or perhaps they didn't care about any of these things at all.

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Aries
Aries

Seems like this writer is obsessed with the manager and has an issue with beautiful people that don't mind over paying. What a hater. And rude. Although i do agree that the crispy shrimp and lettuce cups were not great at all. Everything else was delicious. And the food should come out faster. Another lame review by Miami New Times. 

KellyCraig
KellyCraig

Oh please tell me if Kim Kardasian or Lindsay Lohan eats here, or maybe one of their friends owns the place, cause that will make me want to go even more.

PinkDucky
PinkDucky

Wait was this an article about food?

sam_rochester
sam_rochester

Perhaps the food is less than desirable, but perhaps the reviewer should have spent more time critiquing the food rather than going on and on about the wealthy who frequent the establishment.  Who cares?  And who cares about "$875 shoes?"  This writer sounds like a peasant.  Plus the reverence for and gushing over this Hardy Hill character is stupid. Tell the readers about the food and not about the manager's attire and chin. 

What a terrible review.

mjorizondo
mjorizondo topcommenter

@sam_rochester All well and good but keep in mind that this writer is only dreaming of one day becoming an actual writer for an actual publication so she too can rub elbows with the presumed scions of Miami,

 
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