Su Shin Izakaya

In 1977, Chika and Yasuko Abe opened Miami’s first authentic Japanese restaurant, Su-Shin.

They combined Japanese cuisine with macrobiotic cookery, which promotes health and vitality by avoiding dairy, refined carbohydrates, processed foods, and meat, at Su-Shin.

The restaurant moved from Coconut Grove, where Mayfair is now, to North Miami off the 79th Street causeway in 1979.

In the late 1980s, we challenged the dining public with a more inventive and specialized menu incorporating Japanese gastro-pub or Izakaya food.

Su-Shin Izakaya serves all that and more, including street food like okonomiyaki and yakisoba, seafood from Japan, and comfort foods like curry rice.

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4.6

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159 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134

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25.750613260404, -80.257852681689

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