Highly recommend dragon hour for great food and drinks!
Small portions for expensive prices and expectant waiters who don’t need to care because the restaurant already charges an 18% gratuity on every table. We were two people and they placed an 18% gratuity on the check no matter what. Our waiter was ok but for those prices he wasn’t that good and seemed more interested in the Sport event on the tv than to really care about or table and earn the 18% he got no matter what. I really was dissatisfied with the restaurant. Has lot so far potential from the look but overall I wouldn’t recommend this place at all. Move on to the next and save your money.
One of my favorite spots in Miami to frequent. Great vibe, cool decor, excellent food and make mean cocktails.
I bit overpriced, great ambience and drinks are amazing. Will go back for drinks not food
The food was amazing! Definitely recommend the bao buns, stone pot rice, and the d&d fries. The drinks were delicious too, not one complaint.
Made a reservation at 8pm didn’t get seated until after 30minutes excuse was because there was a big party but then why accept my request or allow me to make it at 8pm it have them even seated and make people wait because it was me and about 3 other reservation that came after me had to wait because of this.
Amazing all around. Music, service, food and decor are top notch.
Amazing experience and great service! First class in every way!
Consistently excellent. Always something new to try. We never miss an opportunity to go to Drunken Dragon when we are in South Beach!
Was asked if we wanted dessert while I still was chewing my main course and still had food on my plate. When I said no thanks, he came with the check without asking and while still having half a bottle of wine left.
Good food but if you want authentic its not the place to go. You have to order all your sides in which most true Korean BBQ places they place a variety of condiments on the table. Service was outstanding and the wine bottle prices are very fare.
I highly recommend this restaurant. I dine here often and have recommended many of my friends. The food is consistently good and different. The service professional.
My fav restaurant! Ask for a table with bbq and dont miss the tuna pizza and lobster rolls
The server seemed overwhelmed that night with her tables. I’ve dined at this restaurant quite a few times and never experienced such a mediocre service experience.
Normally my experience here is five star. The food was just not good this evening. I trust that it was an anomaly.
Really good food and ambience. A little bit too noisy and also smelly due to bbq in the tables. Overall great place
Don’t let the exterior fool you! Looks like a average strip center place until you enter. The place is super fun and hip and the food is amazing. Highlights: duck bun..so good we ordered another round, lobster toast, any rice dish. Overall stellar meal..can’t wait to return
Everything we had was amazing. Loved the short ribs
I took my girlfriend to Drunken Dragon for her birthday and had a great time. It was both of our first times there. The outside looks nothing like you would expect on the inside. The staff was great from the hostess to the servers and bussers. We felt comfortable and welcomed here. The food did not take long to come out. Everything was delicious. We will definitely be back in the future to try the other foods.
We made a reservation for three pax. When they saw the small child trolley they made a very long diskussion and finaly we got the worst table in front of the entrance. A lot of tables were free but they did not change the place. We asked two times to change the table... An other family with small children got a table in the guest room. (??)
They also did not offer us a high chair. Our son must sit all the time in his trolley. After the meal i saw the high chair in the woman toilet. It was a discrimination because of the small child. It was not too loud. It was not full :-( :-(
Great food in a funky, modern place. low-key but at the same time excellent with a contemporary vibe. will highly recommend.
We consider Drunken Dragon to be a treat. Food is always good, so is service and cocktails and sake, on point. You have an option for a Hibachi Grill and can have a little fun cooking your own food. It's a bit pricey but definitely worth the experience.
The server spilled steak juice/blood down the back of my boss and ruined his $200 shirt. No service recovery.
The Asian / Korean inspired food is fabulous and is served in a secret restaurant that you could just drive past and not notice – adding to its charm. The service is friendly, if a little brisk at times – they could just do with slowing the experience down a little, but I am being picky. Overall a fun experience.
Delicious. Great ambiance.
Always an amazing experience here!
I have been to fine dining , casual and everything in between. I have managed restaurants even! This place blew me away with food quality,selection of great sake, hand crafted drinls and fantastic service. I brought out of town guests here while Miami Beach. I will definitely be back soon with more guests or just by myself! Can’t wait!
YES indeed...would absolutely recommend and go again. Food was excellent and so was the service and recommendations. Perhaps a little pricey...but worth the visit.
Great energy, attentive staff & the food was so AMAZINGLY Authentic...delicious! Cant wait to return in October 2019
Overall good experience
Would go back
Nourriture délicieuse, service impeccable
Salle très bien décorée
Delicious. Would go again
Drunken Dragon is reliably great. BBQ table is fun for friends getting together who want to try a lot of different dishes. Love the crispy Bon Choy!
Interesting atmosphere if you are with a small party and do not mind the relatively loud clubby background music. The food is excellent and for an Asian share-a-like place not greasy at all.
The food was great. I would skip the pork belly sliders.
Not as cool as it used to be. Still a nice place though and good food
Disappointed of our visit. On arrival, we were asked 4 times if all our party had arrived. The restaurant was 50% filled and remained 75% filled the entire time. We were 5 and were offered a table that usually fits 4. We are thin, but still. We were asked about our water preference, I said tap... In 2 minutes we had 2 bottles of Evian opened on the table before I could stop the racket.
We had been there many times over the years, the food is so good, but this visit was an unpleasant one. Likely not the first person to feel that way as the restaurant wasn't sold out for the first time I can remember, with a reservation taken the night before, all times available, in full spring break.
Cool clubbing vibe. Slight twist on traditional Korean and Asian food in general. Loved it.
The staff stood around while we waited for service. The waitress
offered no assistance on describing food I was unfamiliar with and never came back to check on us. One waiter dropped off our appetizer, mumbled something and kept walking. No. Won't return and won't recommend.
Place is really cool and the food tasted good, drinks were good too. The place though is clearly more aimed towards a trendy upscale vibe than Korean BBQ.
Kimchi and white rice come with Korean BBQ normally with no charge, but here you need to buy it separately. The amount of meat you get for $18 dollars is pretty sad, and you do not get the lettuce leaves for the BBQ, which is traditional for making small wraps with white rice, Kimchi, and the BBQ.
Alongside that, the "to share" menu is also pretty sad, as you barely get enough meat for one person, let alone to share. Same deal, $20 dollars for a miniscule amount of food.
The bar seemed cool and place had a really nice atmosphere, but I wouldn't buy food here unless I had more money than I knew what to do with.