Service and everything was terrible. Food is regular high priced and awful service. We were 20 and ordered waited over 2 hours for food and some of us never got what we ordered.
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I arrived at the Essex Hotel on Collins Avenue in South Beach to find that my hotel has one of the best restaurants in town. The service and ambiance is awesome. We asked our wait staff to bring us their favorites. We had the most...More
I ate here because I was a guest at the Essex, and knew they had a great happy hour deal. The sushi is excellent, however I did find it to be a bit overpriced. Service was great, sat at the bar and had a great...More
Visited during Miami Spice, this place had a great deal 3 courses including a bottle of Prosseco! Lovely food and great service sat on their quiet terrace.
We were looking for a place to eat when we came across Zen Sai,the food was excellent and our server Estefania helped us thru the menu with some great choices.the other great plus is the barmen knows how to make Margeuritas . This is a...More
This place is not great, to say the least. We should have known as we have to enter through an odd hotel that was doing what appeared to a budget late night art class and when we walked in to the restaurant it was dark,...More
This is a hidden gem of a restaurant. One block from Ocean Drive with none of the loud music, boisterous people and outrageous prices you'll find there. You can't miss this one if you're in the area. Be advised though that it's hot on the...More
If you like lychees and like martinis, you'll love their lychee martini! Garbanzo spring rolls were tasty and just enough for two to get the appetites going. The pork belly sliders were amazing - I'd go back just to order this! Chicken skewers were great...More
We come to Miami about once a month, and as many really good restaurants there are in Miami, we always seem to find our way back to Zen Sai. The ambience is great, the service is very friendly and knowledgeable, but most of all the...More
I tried this place out because I was staying at the adjoined Essex House Hotel. Knowing this, my friendly waitress offered me complimentary wine and sushi which was nice. I then tried the highly recommended spring rolls which were great, before finishing with the pork...More