Behind the Scenes at Hiden, an Exclusive Omakase in Wynwood

Behind the Scenes at Hiden, an Exclusive Omakase in Wynwood

At Hiden, a mysterious omakase restaurant disguised in plain sight, a $130 reservation will get you 16 courses of fish flown overnight from Japan. It’s the sister restaurant of the funky Taco Stand, a popular Mexican mini-chain from California that opened in late February. But the two are conceptually worlds apart. At Hiden, executive chef Shiraishi prepares the type of Japanese food he grew up with.


At Hiden, a mysterious omakase restaurant disguised in plain sight, a $130 reservation will get you 16 courses of fish flown overnight from Japan. It’s the sister restaurant of the funky Taco Stand, a popular Mexican mini-chain from California that opened in late February. But the two are conceptually worlds apart. At Hiden, executive chef Shiraishi prepares the type of Japanese food he grew up with.
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