Alo Perez Miranda, one of Miami’s most recognized and respected restaurateurs, has opened Midorie in Coconut Grove, a neighborhood in the midst of rebirth. This popular eatery features an all-day menu mirroring the beloved and authentic Japanese eatery Wabi Sabi.
Get ready to elevate your fast-casual game with Midorie’s upscale donburi bowls, omakase platters, and sushi that will have your taste buds singing in delight. But what sets Midorie apart from the rest? It’s their ever-changing, seasonal selection of seafood sourced directly from Tokyo’s famous Toyosu fish market. Talk about fresh!
And if that wasn’t enough, their a la carte sushi options will blow your mind, featuring rare finds like golden eye snapper, rosy snapper, and fluke. Want to leave it up to the chef? Opt for one of their three omakase platter choices. Vegetarians, fear not, for Midorie has you covered with their braised shiitake bowl.
But if you really want to go all out, you have to try their signature Midorie bowl, packed with tuna, salmon, crab, tobiko, cucumber, avocado, seaweed, and shiitake mushroom. Trust us, your taste buds will thank you!
Founded on the Japanese principles of kikubari, Midorie is an artful experience for the taste buds that promises to bring the flavors of Miami.
Midorie Miami Most Popular Dishes:
Sushi Rolls: Midorie’s sushi rolls are a work of art. Every piece is crafted with the freshest ingredients and a meticulous attention to detail.
Midorie Miami Reviews
- “Midorie is a hidden gem in Miami. The atmosphere is cozy and welcoming, and the food is divine. The sushi rolls were so fresh and delicious, I could have kept eating them all night.”