Bond St. - Miami

★★★★☆
Sushi artists Keisuke Harada and Naoki Sato
  • 150 20th St

    Miami Beach, FL 33139

    Cross street: Townhouse Hotel, South Beach

    Map & Directions
  • 305-398-1806

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Went there when I was in Miami because I love the Bond St. Sushi in NY. The Miami one was horrible compared to the NY one (or compared to Burger King even) - the food was bad, the service was horrible (brought the appetizer and entree out at same time, when there literally wasn't enough room on the table for both, took away our waters to make them fit simultaneously), and they added all these weird charges so a bill that I expected to be $200 was $300. Save yourself a terrible time and go to Nobu or Sushi Samba when in Miami.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went there when I was in Miami because I love the Bond St. Sushi in NY. The Miami one was horrible compared to the NY one (or compared to Burger King even) - the food was bad, the service was horrible (brought the appetizer and entree out at same time, when there literally wasn't enough room on the table for both, took away our waters to make them fit simultaneously), and they added all these weird charges so a bill that I expected to be $200 was $300. Save yourself a terrible time and go to Nobu or Sushi Samba when in Miami.

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Bond St and the Townhouse hotel are a great way to spend an evening out of the chaos of South Beach. I have read reviews about it being hard to get into and maybe if you go early on a Friday like we did its the way to go. Our res was for 8pm. The quality and flavor of the sushi is excellent. The only small comment I could make is that the pieces seem a little bit smaller than what we're used to getting in nyc sushi restaurants. As far as the decor I loved the small tables and comfy couches and pillows, its makes it perfect for cuddling while nibbling.

Service was great too., ours was very patient with us even though we were there for a couple hours ordering a couple items at a time and eventually had almost the whole menu.

some of our favorites were the lobster tempura, scallop sushi, and grilled sea bass skewers

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★★★★★

Bond St and the Townhouse hotel are a great way to spend an evening out of the chaos of South Beach. I have read reviews about it being hard to get into and maybe if you go early on a Friday like we did its the way to go. Our res was for 8pm. The quality and flavor of the sushi is excellent. The only small comment I could make is that the pieces seem a little bit smaller than what we're used to getting in nyc sushi restaurants. As far as the decor I loved the small tables and comfy couches and pillows, its makes it perfect for cuddling while nibbling.

Service was great too., ours was very patient with us even though we were there for a couple hours ordering a couple items at a time and eventually had almost the whole menu.

some of our favorites were the lobster tempura, scallop sushi, and grilled sea bass skewers

Pros: romantic ambience, great sushi, wine selection

Cons: some people could be bothered by the low lighting

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Fantastic, investive sushi, outstanding service, really hip environs and a well-selected wine list. Price are high, but not as high as many other places in South Beach in terms of the overall check. Highly recommend all of the traditional fish sushi, plus the beef tataki, eggplant appetizer and the sundried tomato and avocado maki.

Desserts didn't look too exciting. Swing on over to the Delano for a night cap and heavenly dessert there.

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★★★★★

Fantastic, investive sushi, outstanding service, really hip environs and a well-selected wine list. Price are high, but not as high as many other places in South Beach in terms of the overall check. Highly recommend all of the traditional fish sushi, plus the beef tataki, eggplant appetizer and the sundried tomato and avocado maki.

Desserts didn't look too exciting. Swing on over to the Delano for a night cap and heavenly dessert there.

Pros: Sushi, Atmosphere, Service

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Ambiance, Attitude. Waiting! Waiting! Waiting!What you get on a Friday, Saturday night. Not the greatest sushi.
Compare everything to Toni Sushi. Toni wins overall. No attitude, great servive always.

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★★★☆☆

Ambiance, Attitude. Waiting! Waiting! Waiting!What you get on a Friday, Saturday night. Not the greatest sushi.
Compare everything to Toni Sushi. Toni wins overall. No attitude, great servive always.

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The place is very romantic... a bit hidden but near all the action. Has a bistro feel - small table, close quarters, couches and small single bench seats. A few people in the cafe can make the place quite loud. The menu is amazing - great wine list, too. Loved everything we ate. The service is fair and the wait staff has a bit of the infamous SOBE attitude (which is not a good thing). Prices are high for sushi - but you are paying for the experience, too. Recommended for couples / friends looking for fun evening before night out on town.

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★★★★☆

The place is very romantic... a bit hidden but near all the action. Has a bistro feel - small table, close quarters, couches and small single bench seats. A few people in the cafe can make the place quite loud. The menu is amazing - great wine list, too. Loved everything we ate. The service is fair and the wait staff has a bit of the infamous SOBE attitude (which is not a good thing). Prices are high for sushi - but you are paying for the experience, too. Recommended for couples / friends looking for fun evening before night out on town.

Pros: Food, Wine

Cons: , Prices

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Dined in this very trendy, small yet roomy, sushi place and enjoyed every bit of it. Location is very confidential and located downstairs of the "Townhouse" but once you're in, you never want to leave. Expect to pay but not as much as others nearby. It is fair priced, but well worth the cash. Every sushi dish has its own dipping sauce for flavors that will astonish you. Have a drink or two, as their martinis will hit the spot. Make a reservation and Enjoy!

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★★★★★

Dined in this very trendy, small yet roomy, sushi place and enjoyed every bit of it. Location is very confidential and located downstairs of the "Townhouse" but once you're in, you never want to leave. Expect to pay but not as much as others nearby. It is fair priced, but well worth the cash. Every sushi dish has its own dipping sauce for flavors that will astonish you. Have a drink or two, as their martinis will hit the spot. Make a reservation and Enjoy!

Pros: Fair Priced for Sushi

Cons: Limited Parking

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Love this place, I eat here every time I visit South Beach. Great Green Tea Martinis and the best eel I have ever had. Spicy Tuna Roll with Chili Mayo is a must. Hard to get a table sometimes due to size of restaurant but when you do you are nicely surprised with the delicious food, drink and cozy atmosphere. Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

Love this place, I eat here every time I visit South Beach. Great Green Tea Martinis and the best eel I have ever had. Spicy Tuna Roll with Chili Mayo is a must. Hard to get a table sometimes due to size of restaurant but when you do you are nicely surprised with the delicious food, drink and cozy atmosphere. Highly recommended!

Pros: Great Quality, Cozy atmosphere, Great drinks

Cons: Expensive, Loud, Crowded

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Very interesting atmosphere, loungy and with good music and beautiful people.
Best sushi I had in Miami. The chocolate meltdown for dessert is to dye for.

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★★★★★

Very interesting atmosphere, loungy and with good music and beautiful people.
Best sushi I had in Miami. The chocolate meltdown for dessert is to dye for.

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I am a regular at the Bond Street when in NYC so decided to give this one a try. The experience was mixed. Food was first rate...Service was terrible. Waited an hour or so for table at the bar, hostess then told us we would be seated in "a few minutes." The "few minutes" became another thirty minutes. Aftger being seated, server took fifteen minutes to take a drink order. After we complained, our first round of drinks was on the house. Then in an attempt to redeem themselves, hostess planned to surprise us with comp dessert....but inattentive server accidently put the dessert on the bill, which she gave to us before the dessert arrived. Though overall it was a bad experience, I appreciated the attempts to make us happy with the commplimentary items. I always recommend the Bond Street in NYC and would give this one another try.

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★★☆☆☆

I am a regular at the Bond Street when in NYC so decided to give this one a try. The experience was mixed. Food was first rate...Service was terrible. Waited an hour or so for table at the bar, hostess then told us we would be seated in "a few minutes." The "few minutes" became another thirty minutes. Aftger being seated, server took fifteen minutes to take a drink order. After we complained, our first round of drinks was on the house. Then in an attempt to redeem themselves, hostess planned to surprise us with comp dessert....but inattentive server accidently put the dessert on the bill, which she gave to us before the dessert arrived. Though overall it was a bad experience, I appreciated the attempts to make us happy with the commplimentary items. I always recommend the Bond Street in NYC and would give this one another try.

Pros: Shrimp tempura rolls, tasty sake, atmosphere

Cons: service, service, service

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The food was amazing, especially the Lobster roll. Avoid the seabass skewers unless you really love a lot of salt. The atmosphere is really fun and the music is great. The service is by no means prompt so don't even go in expecting it. The crowds at Bond Street really pick up after 10pm so if you want the total Miami experience, go around that time or a bit later.

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★★★★★

The food was amazing, especially the Lobster roll. Avoid the seabass skewers unless you really love a lot of salt. The atmosphere is really fun and the music is great. The service is by no means prompt so don't even go in expecting it. The crowds at Bond Street really pick up after 10pm so if you want the total Miami experience, go around that time or a bit later.

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Once you enter the Art Deco Townhouse hotel, head downstairs to BondSt. Sushi, sashimi and sakes are the order of the day, and few do it with the flair of sushi artist Keisuke Harada. Plop down into one of the comfortable banquettes or…

 

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