Sushi SoBe at Loews Miami Beach Hotel
1601 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139Neighborhood:
Miami Beach / South Beach
SushiPrice: $30 and under
Sushi SoBe at Loews Miami Beach Hotel
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.loewshotels.com/en/restaurants/sushi-sobe/overview
- Phone: (305) 604-5442
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner Nightly: 6:00pm - 11:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Carte Blanche,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Sushi
- Executive Chef: Master Sushi Chef Osamu "Fuji" Fujita
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Entertainment: After dinner at Sushi SoBe, enjoy music in the adjacent Hemisphere Lounge from 9pm-12midnight (select nights). On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings guests can enjoy live latin and latin beat music. On Friday and Saturday evenings a DJ will be playing today's top pop and rock music.
- Cross Street: Collins
- Parking: Hotel Parking
- Parking Details: Discounted valet parking at Loews Miami Beach Hotel is available for visiting guests of Sushi SoBe. Please bring your parking ticket for validation to receive the discounted rate of $18. Garage parking is also available across the street from the hotel for $1 per hour for the first three hours.
A word from Sushi SoBe at Loews Miami Beach Hotel
Enjoy delicious, innovative dishes at Sushi SoBe in the Loews Miami Beach Hotel. Each delectable combination is created by Master Sushi Chef Osamu "Fuji" Fujita, one of only eight Master Sushi Chefs in the U.S. Choose from a wide selection of sushi, made from the very freshest seafood and served with our own South Beach flair. If you're not quite ready for raw fish, Sushi SoBe offers a full menu of cooked items and non-seafood dishes, as well. Sushi aficionados can feast on our unique rolls, like the Hurricane or the Ocean Drive. Turn your sushi selection into a healthier choice with brown rice instead of white, or try our rice less roll, the "Naked in the Pink". At Sushi SoBe, the authentic ambiance perfectly complements the sensational cuisine, with neutral tones and chic, Asian-inspired decor. Take a quiet table for two, join the crowd at the large communal table, or sit at the traditional sushi bar and watch our expert sushi chefs at work while you dine. Open daily.Continued
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Sushi SoBe at Loews Miami Beach Hotel reviews from OpenTable diners
1 review since July 28, 2014
- Ambiance3Noise LevelModerate
good for groups (1)great for lunch (1)great for outdoor dining (1)Show More
- Not what you would thinkExperiencedinerVIPDined on 7/11/2014Reserved a table for this restaurant. This is located in the middle of the hotel in front of a lounge and the real restraint (Preston's) it is a small sushi bar type atmosphere not an actual restaurant you would expect it to be. Food and service was fine but it felt like a open walled sushi bar opened up as a kiosk in a mall.
- Excellent food, curious settingKellyHDined on 7/7/2014Sushi SoBe, whilst enough distance away from the reception area to be quiet enough for my husband and I to enjoy a 'last night of holiday' treat, there was no escaping we were sat in a hotel lobby. The maitre d's desk was not obvious and the "restaurant" was split in two by the wheelchair ramp. Grumble over, the food was excellent. We had gyoza and beef skewers to start - the skewers were particularly moist and flavourful. For mains we had lobster and beef rolls, tempura shrimp rolls and crab rolls - all beautifully crafted and fresh. For desert, we were able to eat off the other hotel restaurant's sweet menu - I'd recommend the chocolate tart. This, plus 4 beers, came to USD145. So, food great, but atmosphere and setting meh.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent service; food needs work.shellyfDined on 2/25/2014This is a very personal opinion and its made with a backgrouond of eating sushi in many places in New York. The servers were charming and very helpful. The food was simply not up to the quality and taste I had come to expect as a sushi fan. The spicy salmon roll was half the size of those back in NY and the special sushi roll was so loaded with rice, you could hardly taste the fish. There was no seaweed salad available.. The tuna tacos dish was not to our liking either. We ate at 7:30 on a Tuesday evening in a resort town and in a big, popular hotel (Loew's). We were the only diners in the place throughout the meal.
- Restaurant is ok by it self,OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 2/20/2014Restaurant is ok by it self, but its more a place i would go for a quick bite if you are travelling alone or for lunch. The Food was a little bit "boring". Surprisingly cheap, but i didn't go in order to save money..Special Features:
- heavy large pieced rollssuzytDined on 11/2/2013Although the rolls were delicious,they were very heavy,and cut a bit large for easy consumption.very much unlike all the other sushi I eat around the beach.The lobster and fish were very fresh,and everything tasted"" delicious.""...the ambience lacked any asian flair,since the restaurant is in the middle of the back section of the lobby. valet park was published on the Loews website at $18,..they wanted to charge us $30..then settled on $22.very unfair!!!!!!. since I live, work and play in south beach,I recommend finding another place to eat your sushi.waitstaff was young and not knowledgable with the sushi.Special Features:
- Solid Sushi Choice in South BeachPaladinerVIPDined on 10/17/2013Dinner with a group of 10 serious food and wine folks during a convention in South Beach. This is a pretty small Sushi Bar on the main floor of the Loews Miami Beach. Honestly - and I realize my reservation was made just a few hours before we arrived - the "main restaurant" inside the hotel never communicated our reservation to the Sushi bar, so when we arrived they had no table large enough to hold our group. That was a disappointment - not sure why they take such large reservations - as there is only one "communal table" here even close to large enough for a group of 10. So we dined "outside" on the veranda near the pool - lovely night, and the variety of sushi we ordered was good. Service was pleasant but inexperienced.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Like eating in a Hotel Lobby :(ChgoOCVIPDined on 2/26/2013This restaurant is located in the middle of the Loews Hotel lobby. The atmosphere is less than inviting. Guests of the hotel were literally walking through the very small dining area. The sever was very attentive, however we could not get past the ambience. The Sushi rolls weregenerousin size, but just okay in flavor. We will not return.
- In the middle of e bar areaOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 12/26/2012In the middle of e bar area and in front of a sundry store. Too much activity. One guy was yelling at his kids the entire time. I would have expected a lot more for this hotel and the prices. Go to blade at blufountaine much better food service and atmosphere for the same price
- Pretty good food but the waiterMWM1VIPDined on 12/10/2012Pretty good food but the waiter messed up our bill.Special Features:
- Is This the Express Line?CaryCarolVIPDined on 11/26/2012I had a Open Table reservation on Tuesday night. I arrived at 7:15pm...by 7:30pm the meal was over! Why? I ordered an appetizer, a roll and a sashimi platter. For some reason, they were delivered at the same time.... The sushi selection only had 8 different fishes. That's it! No Omikase, no sense of pacing the experience, no realization if one orders a salmon carpaccio, the sushi sampler of 6 pieces should not also include salmon. The waitress was not cordial...she was uninformed and rushed the whole dinner. I had better service and better assortment of sushi at Miami Sushi at the MIA airport! What a let down!
- The sushi is consistentlyOpenTable Diner Since 2012VIPDined on 6/16/2012The sushi is consistently excellent and sitting outside is quiet and breezy with a distant view of the ocean. Love going there as a local even though it's a hotel restaurant.Special Features:
- Worst Service / Experience EVER!!!!OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 6/15/2012Worst place ever, listen to all the reviews I didn't and had the worst date ever. Don't go here. They wanted us to pay the bill in full before we even got our first drinks. Best part of the meal was leaving still hungry so we could eat somewhere else!!!
- Sushi was excellent! The serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 5/26/2012Sushi was excellent! The service was the best we had All weekend. We enjoyed it so much we went back a Second night. Friendly staff/ attentive. They made us Feel welcome and line we were the only customers In the restaurant highly recommendSpecial Features:
- Very disappointed in thisOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 2/26/2012Very disappointed in this sushi place. Should have known better..it was in a hotel. Sushi Ok but the reviews and photos of food were way better than the place itself!! Don't waste your time..order room service pizza and call it a night!!!
- Server recommended good sushiOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 2/19/2012Server recommended good sushi rolls... Great place to be if you don't want to leave Your hotel and just have dinner viewing the ocean!Special Features:
- I have never been a particularOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 2/11/2012I have never been a particular fan of sushi, but this food was remarkable!Special Features:
- Selection of sushi was excellentOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 11/19/2011Selection of sushi was excellent and service was very good. Would definitely go back.Special Features:
- Birthday celebration SushiOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/22/2011This was a great birthday celebration dinner. Service, food and drinks were excellent! I was looking forward to having Sushi all week and was not disappointed!Special Features:
- Spectacular service. FoodOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 9/26/2011Spectacular service. Food was fine-- nothing to write home about.
- Good sushi but being locatedOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 9/25/2011Good sushi but being located in the "lobby" of the hotel gives it a not so pleasant ambiance. Sushi good though
- I 3'd this place! It was cozyOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/27/2011I 3'd this place! It was cozy and it was nice. Small little sushi bar but it was nice...and the SUshi was awesome!Special Features:
- I have to agree with othermarlonflVIPDined on 8/26/2011I have to agree with other reviews. The food is great, but a bit pricey for the location of the restaurant (lobby of Lowes Hotel). It feels like you are dining at the hotel lobby. Despite the ambiance, the sushi is very, very good... top quality.
- I came here during a week-longOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/8/2011I came here during a week-long vacation to try the Miami Spice menu out. The food was amazing! I love the Loew's Hotel and actually stayed there a couple years ago but didn't get to try out this place, but I'm so glad we came back. The restaurant is located in the lobby, but it is not loud or too overwhelming with guests walking in and out to the pool. It's very classy and small, but the intimate setting made for some great memories.Special Features:
- Not worth the pricesOpenTable Diner Since 2003VIPDined on 8/6/2011Impeccable service and good food but the ambience doesn't quite justify the prices. This isn't really a restaurant, think of it as more of a sushi bar in the middle of the Loews hotel lobby. I prefer my sushi without a side of screaming kids and bikini clad hotel guests. The noise level is pretty high. What works for the Delano does not quite work here. Started out with the Chicken Gyoza. The lowest priced appetizer and how could you go wrong with deep fried dumplings? You get 5 generously sized dumplings with a sweet and sour BBQ sauce. The sauce is delicious and the dumplings desperately need it because they are completely bland on their own. They could use a little scallion or seasoning inside the dumplings. I'd also prefer them steam
- Awesome PlacenesvillalobosDined on 7/29/2011One of my favorite restaurants in Miami. Try the rock shrimp & peruvian corn! Yes it's expensive - but you get what you pay for.Special Features:
- service was great and theOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 7/7/2011service was great and the food fresh and prepared quickly. Restaurant is located in the hotel promenade right behind the bar/lounge. Menu consisted of approximately 16 "specialty" rolls but included a california roll and a tuna roll for the less adventurous.Special Features: