Azabu Brings Affordable Japanese Cuisine to South Beach

Azabu Brings Affordable Japanese Cuisine to South Beach

Azabu is based on a sister concept in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. Miami’s Azabu opened this past January and is named for a residential street in Tokyo. The restaurant defies the usual limitations on classic Japanese cuisine by offering large portions of Tokyo comfort food at reasonable prices with exceptional service.

Photography by CandaceWest.com


Azabu is based on a sister concept in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. Miami’s Azabu opened this past January and is named for a residential street in Tokyo. The restaurant defies the usual limitations on classic Japanese cuisine by offering large portions of Tokyo comfort food at reasonable prices with exceptional service.

Photography by CandaceWest.com
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