Kampai Japanese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 8745 SW 72ND St

    Miami, FL 33173

    Map & Directions
  • 305-596-1551

About Kampai Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Sat: 12pm-11pm, Sun: 12pm-10pm, Mon-Thu: 11:30am-10:30pm, Fri: 11:30am-11pm
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I have been coming to Kampai with my husband for over 10 years. We hardly even look at the menu anymore. I love their Tuna Tower, mango roll, and caliente roll. We even have our favorite server that has been with the restaurant for the

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★★★★★

I have been coming to Kampai with my husband for over 10 years. We hardly even look at the menu anymore. I love their Tuna Tower, mango roll, and caliente roll. We even have our favorite server that has been with the restaurant for the

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This sushi restaurant has some competition across the street now from the newly opened all-you-can-eat japanese restaurant. I would highly recommend paying a little bit more for better quality food at this restaurant. The signature "kampai" rolls are outstanding! They are impossible for most people to eat in one bite, so I would recommend using a fork and knife with these. You simply MUST try that roll.

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★★★★☆

This sushi restaurant has some competition across the street now from the newly opened all-you-can-eat japanese restaurant. I would highly recommend paying a little bit more for better quality food at this restaurant. The signature "kampai" rolls are outstanding! They are impossible for most people to eat in one bite, so I would recommend using a fork and knife with these. You simply MUST try that roll.

Pros: great food, good prices, never crowded

Cons: not much parking

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Kampai is obviously not owned by a world renowned hotelier. The restaurant is not a fancy place were people go to look at each other's latest clothing, a la South Beach. This is and feels like a local neighborhood asian restaurant.

However, what sets Kampai apart is it's food. It is my favorite sushi place in all of Miami, rolls are generally large and two are enough to fill a regular person. The Beef tataki is also very good.

2
★★★★★

Kampai is obviously not owned by a world renowned hotelier. The restaurant is not a fancy place were people go to look at each other's latest clothing, a la South Beach. This is and feels like a local neighborhood asian restaurant.

However, what sets Kampai apart is it's food. It is my favorite sushi place in all of Miami, rolls are generally large and two are enough to fill a regular person. The Beef tataki is also very good.

Pros: Food, Price, Casual

Cons: Small Parking Lot, Looks

 

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