Despite our mostly Latino population, Asian cuisine can be found all over Miami. There are places that are strictly Chinese or Japanese food, a few Vietnamese restaurants, a fair amount of Thai spots, and then some.
More popular, though, are Asian fusion eateries. Dining in a place where you can enjoy a bowl of pho and a plate of chicken katsu can be pretty awesome, especially when you can't make up your mind.
Our list this time around focuses on both fusion and non-fusion Asian dining, allowing you to decide what's best for dinner tonight.
Here, you'll find interesting combos like the Japanese-Peruvian dishes served at Miami Beach's infamous Nobu.
You might notice that South Florida doesn't have much in the way of Cambodian, Tibetan, Bhutanese or other exotic cuisines; that's because the populations that bring the restaurateurs haven't arrived. Yet.
But what Miami has, Miamians celebrate. Whether it's Asian fusion at Dadeland's Lan Pan Asian or the locally beloved Tropical Chinese, the citizens of and travelers to the Magic City stand with fork, chopsticks and soup spoons at the ready.