Trend Alert: Asian Street Food
A new trend is popping up in Miami: Southeast Asian street food. And while we might not have traditional roadside carts to get our dumpling fix, we do have restaurants serving some of the best renditions in the city.
A beloved hole-in-the-wall, this Asian gastropub offers plenty of shareable street fare, like kimchi fried rice and pork-belly mofongo, to go along with its craft brew and wine selections.
With its killer crispy dumplings, classic meat-stuffed buns and shrimp udon noodles, you might think you're eating at a popular all-night Asian market, but you're really parked in Midtown.
Alton Road's new Korean barbecue joint keeps things sultry with its underground look. The traditional-style street eats get a modern twist with dishes like banh mi Cuban sandwiches and oxtail fried rice. Don't miss the tiki cocktails.
4. Sriracha House (pictured)
Inspired by Southeast Asian street markets, this colorful Washington Avenue eatery (named after the famed hot sauce) serves rice and noodle bowls prepared by wok professionals in an open kitchen and served in to-go cartons.