Food For Thought: Catch Miami, Khong River House, Sushi Mikasa and more

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CATCH MIAMI
1545 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 604-5700

AMBIANCE
CATCH Miami mixes its polished space with textures like exposed brick walls. Sleek high-top cocktail counters and a 1940’s Art-Deco interior rule this space which boasts both indoor and outdoor seating at the James Royal Palm.

WHAT TO ORDER
The Cantonese Lobster is a favorite as is the Crispy Shrim, but the piece de resistance comes in the form of the Crispy Whole Snapper from Chef Hung Huynh.

WHO COMES HERE
Visiting foodies and Miami locals looking for fresh seafood in a fine dining restaurant with a contemporary atmosphere.

SWEET TOOTH
The Banana Brulee Split with raspberry, gianduja and cookie dough bombe is absolutely divine.

KHONG RIVER HOUSE
1661 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 763-8147

AMBIANCE
The feeling is rural Thai farmhouse with industrial and reclaimed materials sourced from Thailand. An open kitchen and seating for 100 make Khong, king of the beach.

WHAT TO ORDER
Signature chef dishes inherited from family recipes are served up at Khong; Jin Som, a marinated pork dish with banana leaves and the Kauyteaw Reau Neau is made with noodles from a noodle house in Thailand.

WHO COMES HERE
Locals out for relaxed authentic Thai cuisine and tourists looking for a buzz off the beaten path both find a restaurant where conversation starters begin with the décor and end with the food.

SWEET TOOTH
Cocktails focus on gin, fresh fruits and spices, such as the Mekhong Punch accentuate Khong’s northern Thai cuisine.

SUSHI MIKASA
1801 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 535-3500

AMBIANCE
Accented in gold and housed in the Shelbourne, this Art Deco sister of the popular Brooklyn branch is luxe enough to match the “couture sushi.”

WHAT TO ORDER
With Chef Kevin of Sushi Seki at the helm, the sushi menu focuses on high-quality melt-inyour- mouth pieces that even Jairo would approve of. Their signature dish is Tuna Pizza.

WHO COMES HERE
Jonathan Cheban’s crew of usual suspects including Kim K will likely make a rotating door of the establishment as well as jet-set loyalists of the New York location.

SWEET TOOTH
A carefully chosen dessert menu consisting of Mochi, ice cream and fried ice cream negates the need for more choices.

SERAFINA
1111 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-8455

AMBIANCE
Frescos adorn the walls while hand-built ovens from lava stone of Mt. Vesuvius cook up cuisine. A friendly and comfortable atmosphere, reminiscent of old world Italy, set Serafina apart in this neighborhood.

WHAT TO ORDER
The renowned thin crust pizzas, the Risotto “Veuve Clicquot” with black truffles and the Spaghetti Al Cavia- le, served traditionally with caviar.

WHO COMES HERE
Hearty meals big enough to share, this spot is perfect for date night and family gettogethers.

SWEET TOOTH
The Crème Brulee al Limoncello and Il Souffle di Cioccolato with a Nutella chocolate sauce capped with a Serafina espresso are perfection.

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