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Take a Look Around Novikov, Downtown Miami’s New Colorful Waterfront Eatery

This swanky London import features Asian eats with a side of celeb spotting

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After years of waiting, London celeb favorite Novikov Restaurant and Bar has officially set up shop in Miami, marking its first location inside the U.S.

The swanky Chinese-Japanese eatery is the brainchild of Russian restauranteur Arkadiy Novikov and already has locations in London, Dubai and Moscow. Its almost 10,000-square-foot Magic City outpost in Downtown Miami at 300 South Biscayne Boulevard boasts plenty of indoor and outdoor seating along with views of Biscayne Bay. The Asian menu encompasses robata grill and wok dishes, along with an extensive dim sum and sushi selection with over-the-top touches like poached quail eggs with truffle, peking duck with caviar, along with dishes like black cod rolls and waygu sirloin.

Novikov Miami features a colorful seafood and vegetable market display, where guests are encouraged to pick the daily catch they want and then opt for how they’d like it prepared from sashimi or carpaccio style, to wok and robota grilled, along with flavors of their choosing.

As for the space it is the first Miami project for hospitality designer Adam D. Tihany along with Peacock + Lewis. It features a bright entrance, wave-like ribs on the ceiling, textured wood walls, and structural columns reimagined as tree trunks that disappear into the curving ceiling fins, along with terrace dining options

The restaurant is now open nightly for dinner from 6 to 11 p.m. Sunday to Wednesday and until midnight Thursday to Saturday. Check out the entire menu here. For reservations call 305-489-1000.


300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, FL 33131
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