Taj Mahal brings familiar food to familiar digs, and saves a sweet spot.
Little Saigon loses points on the little things.
Mister Chopstik serves up Chinese food with a kosher touch.
Sushi Club rivals Hiro's Sushi Express.
Dont forget the Siam in Sushi Siam.
Moonchine is worth braving Biscayne Boulevard.
An Indian staple in Coral Gables can hit or miss
Maleewan’s not kosher, but it’s worth a try
Ishq brings the subcontinent to the Beach
Myung Gas Tofu and BBQ is a mystery worth solving
At Bouley Evolution, Mike serves raw fish with style
Taste of Bombay is all over the map
Doraku looks different but tastes as good as ever
UM grad Jack Punma creates a stir in Coral Gables
Sakura adds Korean a rarity in these parts to its bustling sushi menu
The Lunch Room is an unlikely find
On South Beach, something new, something Guru
Off-the-tourist-track Matsuri has attracted everyone from Madonna to vacationing Manhattan sushi chefs
Getting the right chef can be a make-or-break situation
Yuga offers Japanese food thats dainty but daring, unbound by expectations
The menu is dementedly extensive, and the food is insanely good
Lackluster Chinatown sit-downs turn their backs on their own markets
A tale of two Indian restaurants, one worth a damn
In trying to please everyone, oftentimes you end up pleasing no one
Though formulaic, cuisine is fresh and flavorful
Good for sushi and sake, but bad for dinner
Don’t let the low square footage detract from the high-quality fare
Its officially called Panya Thai, but in our household its known as Lets Go!
In the real world, that means restaurants like Pho Thang
When one is in the mood for chop suey, tsap seui will not do
Raw fish equals sex. Who knew?
House of India