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About Midorie

Our restaurant honors Japan’s traditional culinary traditions through a signature all-day menu of upscale fast-casual donburi (Japanese bowl meals), omakase platters and a seasonal a la carte selection of sushi crafted with high-quality ingredients and seafood. 


Conceptualized by restaurateur and art dealer Alvaro Perez Miranda, Midorie offers a serene atmosphere and indoor/outdoor seating for up to 22 guests to guarantee intimacy and "kikubari" the Japanese art of caring for others. We also feature shidashi, the curated catering of individualized Japanese dining experiences based on theme and budget for up to 12 people.


Restaurateur and art dealer Alvaro Perez Miranda is the owner of Japan Authentic Food Systems and Black Ship Art Gallery. Born in Venezuela, Perez Miranda lived in Tokyo for 15 years and has overseen more than 70 gastronomical projects throughout his career. He presently showcases his love for art and authentic Japanese cuisine at his Miami restaurants, the Edomae-style Hiyakawa in Wynwood, fast-casual concepts Wabi Sabi and Midorie, and the upcoming omakase eatery Ogawa in Little River.  


From the Press


"The execution is all about the freshness of ingredients and gets straight to the point of flavor."


"Wabi Sabi does sushi like no one else in Miami, now you can see for yourself why we’re addicted."


"You really won’t find many casual spots that put such an emphasis on craft and authenticity."

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