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Closer Look: No Name Chinese in South Miami

Closer Look: No Name Chinese in South Miami

There is no sign marking the restaurant that Uvaggio Wine Bar owners Heath Porter and Craig DeWald opened in late May near South Miami’s Sunset Place. Instead, as you wander away from the teen-thronged shopping complex, the air fills with the scent of oyster sauce and beef. In this 70-seater, the fun comes in how the kitchen, led by Pablo Zitzmann, balances the heady delights of takeout Chinese with clever ingredients and techniques that turn even predictable dishes like beef and broccoli ($19) into something to be devoured. Read more on No Name Chinese.


There is no sign marking the restaurant that Uvaggio Wine Bar owners Heath Porter and Craig DeWald opened in late May near South Miami’s Sunset Place. Instead, as you wander away from the teen-thronged shopping complex, the air fills with the scent of oyster sauce and beef. In this 70-seater, the fun comes in how the kitchen, led by Pablo Zitzmann, balances the heady delights of takeout Chinese with clever ingredients and techniques that turn even predictable dishes like beef and broccoli ($19) into something to be devoured. Read more on No Name Chinese.

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