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Enthusiasts "can't stop saying good things" about this North Miami Beach "culinary treasure" serving "exciting" sushi and cooked Japanese dishes, all "prepared meticulously" and served till late in earthy, contemporary environs; "knowledgeable", "friendly" service and one of "the best lunch deals in town" are added perks; P.S. daily happy hour caters to night owls from 11 PM until close. - Zagat
Yakko-San started as an unassuming, late-night 65-seater on West Dixie Highway more than 11 years ago. Just two years ago, the izakaya (drinks and small bites) joint moved into its bigger space on 163rd Street. Despite the move, the restaurant continues to be open late, prices are still reasonable, and the food is absolutely delicious. At Yakko-San, the menu is extensive; it lists more than 100 items. There is crispy pork onion salad -- deep-fried pork chunks paired with sliced cherry tomatoes and radishes, all doused in a secret homemade soy-based sauce ($7.50). There is sashimi and nigiri. There is hamachi jalapeño with thinly sliced yellowtail, yuzu, ponzu, and flecks of cilantro ($11.50). There is also tempura, rice dishes, noodles, and more. (Check out the specials board.) Yakko-San is an unpretentious small-bites concepts with great grub. And it comes in below $20 per person.
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