First Bites

Behind the Scenes at Hiden, an Exclusive Omakase in Wynwood

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Bien / Sh?wa Hospitality
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.