I recently went to eat at this cute little asian restaurant that specialized in three oriental cuisines. Hidden behind Don Fernando's, a Cuban version of "Long John Silver", it was especially hard to find but luck had it that I spotted this small neighborhood jewel. When you walk in there's nothing fancy about it but you can feel the comfort of home. They also have the traditional seating on the floor right to the side of the door. The asian decor and beautiful orchids gives the restaurant a traditional/vintage ambiance. With only about 10 tables and a sushi bar I felt very cozy. The menu is more like a book with so many choices for Chinese, Thai, and Japanese foods. We ordered the fried rice which tasted better than any other chinese restaurant I've ever been to, and trust me I've been to a lot. The thai curry was delicious! And the sushi was by far the best I've had. Shibui, Bonsai, Akashi, Sushi Samba, Sushi Rock, Sushi Maki, Moon, Ruson, all cannot even be compared in freshness and in flavor! Kam Wah is in a league of it's own. I kinda feel a little guilty for exposing this exceptional gem but I felt the need to share my wonderful experience. Check it out... you'll love it!!!!
901 NW 17th StMiami, FL 33136
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Food is very flavory. Great prices; very reasonable. Really enjoyed the seafood; their ceviche is awesome! My bf ate a Combinado - which is a mix of 3 plates, Ceviche, Spaghetti and Papa a la huancaina. Looked weird to me but tasted delicious. I really recommend this place.
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