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Closer Look: Phuc Yea in Miami's MiMo District

Closer Look: Phuc Yea in Miami's MiMo District

At this inviting 110-seater in the Biscayne Boulevard space once occupied by Moonchine Asian Bistro, the owners Partners Aniece Meinhold and Cesar Zapata seem at home. You can hear it in the late-’90s hip-hop that bumps over the sound system. You can smell it in the half-Cajun, half-Vietnamese seafood boils circling the dining room. Most important, you can taste it in the nostril-flaring hits of fish sauce permeating nearly every plate. Read more on the return of Phuc Yea by Zachary Fagenson.


Photography by CandaceWest.com




At this inviting 110-seater in the Biscayne Boulevard space once occupied by Moonchine Asian Bistro, the owners Partners Aniece Meinhold and Cesar Zapata seem at home. You can hear it in the late-’90s hip-hop that bumps over the sound system. You can smell it in the half-Cajun, half-Vietnamese seafood boils circling the dining room. Most important, you can taste it in the nostril-flaring hits of fish sauce permeating nearly every plate. Read more on the return of Phuc Yea by Zachary Fagenson.

Photography by CandaceWest.com



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Phuc Yea

7100 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33138

305-602-3710

https:www.phucyea.com

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