Yoko's Japanese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 919 Alton Rd

    Miami Beach, FL 33139

    Cross street: Alton & 9th st.

    Map & Directions
  • 305-532-6635

About Yoko's Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Monday-Thursday : 6:00p.m. - 12:00a.m. Friday-Saturday 6:00p.m.-12:30a.m. Sunday 5:30p.m.-11:00p.m.

Food

Food
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Me and my friends love to sake bomb here. The food isn't that great- I've had the chicken teriyaki and it was hard and then some soba noodles which I had to return because I didn't like them. I don't eat sushi so I don't know how that is. My friends have told me the sushi is decent. I usually just drink here and eat before/after.

2
★★★★☆

Me and my friends love to sake bomb here. The food isn't that great- I've had the chicken teriyaki and it was hard and then some soba noodles which I had to return because I didn't like them. I don't eat sushi so I don't know how that is. My friends have told me the sushi is decent. I usually just drink here and eat before/after.

Pros: sake, beer

Cons: food

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Having lived in Japan for 10 years I find it hard for any Japanese restaurant to emulate the taste and feel of "old Japan" but I have found it in Yoko's Restaurant.

From the moment you step inside the door until you walk back out the door you are transported back to Japan of yesteryear.

The staff, from Izumi, Kyoko, and Hiromi to Suzuki-san make the experience most enjoyable.

The food is out of this world, fresh sushi and sashimi to the chicken teriyaki. It is all good.

For any Japanophile like myself I would highly recommend it to a newbie to Jpanese food I would say "ask the staff for recommendations and they will help.

2
★★★★★

Having lived in Japan for 10 years I find it hard for any Japanese restaurant to emulate the taste and feel of "old Japan" but I have found it in Yoko's Restaurant.

From the moment you step inside the door until you walk back out the door you are transported back to Japan of yesteryear.

The staff, from Izumi, Kyoko, and Hiromi to Suzuki-san make the experience most enjoyable.

The food is out of this world, fresh sushi and sashimi to the chicken teriyaki. It is all good.

For any Japanophile like myself I would highly recommend it to a newbie to Jpanese food I would say "ask the staff for recommendations and they will help.

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I am a very avid sushi eater, having lived in Japan for 1 year. I eat sushi at least several times per month. Yoko's is my favorite neighborhood sushi restaurant with very fresh sushi, and delicious crispy tempura. The ambiance is very pleasant and the service is consistently good. However, the best thing about the restaurant is the easy parking (hard to find in South Beach!!) and the reasonable prices.

2
★★★★★

I am a very avid sushi eater, having lived in Japan for 1 year. I eat sushi at least several times per month. Yoko's is my favorite neighborhood sushi restaurant with very fresh sushi, and delicious crispy tempura. The ambiance is very pleasant and the service is consistently good. However, the best thing about the restaurant is the easy parking (hard to find in South Beach!!) and the reasonable prices.

Pros: Sushi, Service, Parking

Cons: None

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I've traveled to many places and eaten Sushi everywhere I could. Yoko's is one of my favorite places to visit. The fish is spectacularly prepared and always fresh. The staff is super friendly. I've eaten there at least once a week for many the past 7 years and never had a bad experience while dining there. Not only is the food great but it is also one of the least expensive Japanese places on South Beach!

2
★★★★★

I've traveled to many places and eaten Sushi everywhere I could. Yoko's is one of my favorite places to visit. The fish is spectacularly prepared and always fresh. The staff is super friendly. I've eaten there at least once a week for many the past 7 years and never had a bad experience while dining there. Not only is the food great but it is also one of the least expensive Japanese places on South Beach!

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most authentic and freshest fish on the beach! i worked for a chef from tokyo in college and learned alot about japanese cuisine...so trust me on this one!

2
★★★★★

most authentic and freshest fish on the beach! i worked for a chef from tokyo in college and learned alot about japanese cuisine...so trust me on this one!

Pros: now open late!

Cons: can be a bit busy on fri/sat nights

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When you eat sushi, you dont want any suprises. You will not find any here, good sushi, fair prices, great service. I would recommend this place to a friend

PROS: Good food, service, and prices
CONS: Strip Mall Location

4
★★★★☆

When you eat sushi, you dont want any suprises. You will not find any here, good sushi, fair prices, great service. I would recommend this place to a friend

PROS: Good food, service, and prices
CONS: Strip Mall Location

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