3401 North Miami
How about a quick meal that focuses on healthy alternatives to burgers and fries? Sakaya specializes in Korean barbeque with a limited menu and specials listed on a blackboard. Slow cooked (8 hour ) Berkshire pork on a clamshell style bun and short ribs literally falling off the bone (hold the all too sweet honey sauce,)should prove a carnivore’s delight. Try “Bulgogy,” the national dish of Korea, beef marinated in soy, sesame seeds, oil, garlic and sugar, wrapped in a lettuce leaf. The ginger, garlic grilled chicken marries well with mesclun greens tossed in a superb salad dressing that could be drizzled on just about anything. Sides feature the trendy kimchi, a pickled Nappa cabbage, coconut rice, and cucumber pickles made in their own kitchen. A selection of sake and Japanese beers are available. A brunch of dim sum is offered on the weekends.
Monday – Saturday: 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm