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900 South Miami Avenue Suite 133, Miami, FL | Directions   33130

25.764888 -80.193759

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Edamame, Abokado "nachos", Abokado Fresco Roll, Tuna And Salmon Tartare, Sea Bass Gyozas, Miso Soup, Parihuela Soup, Wakame Salad, Sunomono Salad, Mix Green Salad... more

Reviews for Abokado

over a year ago

Kevin – Everything about this restaurant, from the ambience to the food and the service, was amazing. The food was nothing short of delicious. I tried their Hamachi cebiche, which was the best cebiche I have ever tried. I also ordered a sushi roll. I forgot the name, but the ingredients were noticeably fresh, and the way they were combined really created a fabulous dish. It was a little expensive, but well worth it. Definitely a place to go out if you're with someone you want to impress.

over a year ago

Thanks for taking the time to provide us with this feedback. We sincerely appreciate it, and look forward to serving you again soon.


Jimmy Kraus

General Manager

over a year ago

Amazing Japanese Latin Flavors!!!! – Definitely, the best sushi in town, best quality. Amazing flavors and terrific presentation. Very good. Highly recommended?.

over a year ago

Best sushi in Miami!!!! – The best sushi I have tried in years; desserts are amazing; excellent sakes. You have to try it to understand I am not exagerating. Great service and ambience. I will go again and again....

over a year ago

Thank you for taking the time to provide us with this feedback.

over a year ago

If sushi and ceviche collide, the end result would be this savory explosion of fishy flavors. – In Short
There are plenty of Japanese restaurants in Miami. Lord knows that there is no shortage of Latin American eats. Can the cuisines coexist peacefully? Abokado tries with its Japanese Pan-Latin cuisine. It's definitely original. Good luck finding nachos that substitute fried shiso leaves for tortilla chips, miso-marinated chicken, or a punchy sorbet with kicks of yuzu and tequila anywhere else. The dining room is peaceful, with rippling water and a wooden gazebo centerpiece, but the flavors come to fight and win you over.


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