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About No Name Chinese
No Name Chinese serves contemporary Chinese cuisine, Dim Sum and weird wines using locally sourced ingredients in an upscale, modern space in South Miami.
The idea started with a group of friends and business partners dissatisfied with the state of Chinese food in Miami. Partnering with Chef Pablo Zitzmann and the duo behind Coral Gables wine bar Uvaggio, they took traditional Chinese dishes and flavors, put a cleaner spin on them using South Florida's natural produce, and paired it all with great wine, craft beer and high end service.
South Miami, FL 33143
Chinese, Dim Sum
Hours of Operation:
Sun 11:30 am–2:00 pm
Mon, Wed, Thu, Sun 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking available after 5 PM
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
No Name Chinese Ratings and Reviews
Went for Sunday Brunch and wished we had more than two to try more dishes. Very good food and service, high quality ingredients, nice wine choices. Not inexpensive; $100 for four appetizers and 3 glasses of wine. Loved the turnip cake. Next best the pork Jiaozi (pan fried dumpling). If there was a location closer to South Beach we would go often.
I will never forget no name chinese! Stopped for lunch and the food was modern gourmet Asian and it was fresh and delightful. The shrimp and veggie dumplings were fresh made to order and so yummy. Try them with the house special hot sauce.
Can’t wait to go back for dinner and try some of the home made desserts.
The decor is organic and the seating is very comfortable. The service was impecable and the waitress knew the menu well and made excellent recommendations. They offer specialty teas , the Jazmin tea was amazing.
No name Chinese is a delight to experience. Its best feature is the service. You feel as though you are in a five star restaurant, spoiled by each staff member. The food is wonderfully made, down to the smallest detail such as the complimentary tea after your meal. I’m not a fan of Chinese food but No Name Chinese is the only restaurant in Miami with this cuisine that I will visit over and over again. I have been twice and I can see each visit has superceced the last.
Absolutely fabulous! We were looking for a place with good food, excellent service, ambiance and affordable pricing to celebrate a birthday and No Name Chinese is just that place. Wow! This place is a true neighbourhood gem! The food is exceptional, the service is in overdrive - continuous attention and service from the water person to the manager! It will become an everyday AND special occasion go to place!
We've been several times and love this place for the terrific food that's genuinely creative and served with real friendliness. The Kung Pao chicken is killer. Take the words "spicy" seriously. But even if you're not a spice fan, this is definitely a great find.
This is one of my favorite restaurants in Miami, not just because of the ambiance and exceptionally delicious food; but because of their philosophy of providing only the best and most innovative quality ingredients, many from local sources. Even as a wine professional, who tastes many wines all over, I am always surprised and intrigued by their selections. Everyone on staff is professional and inviting. It is a pleasure to eat there every time
My wife surprised me on 'date night' with this neighborhood find (don't look for a sign, there isn't one!). No reservations available, so we sat at the bar overlooking the frenzied chefs -- Now, that was very entertaining, woks a-flying, etc. Food was very interesting and tasty. We had a spicy 'smashed cucumber salad, lamb ribs (delicious, but little meat there), shrimp dumplings. We saved dessert for ice cream at 'Chillin' place around the corner, where they use nitrogen freezing. That was a perfect finish to a perfect meal. We'll be back!
We have been to No Name For dinner a few times now. On Friday we went to celebrate a birthday, but unfortunately did not have as good of an experience as other nights.
First of all, the AC was not working in the larger half of the restaurant so it was quite warm. It was cool outside, though, and perhaps leaving the door opened would have helped but the staff did not do so.
We ordered the angry dumplings which on this occasion were not as delicate as other times. They were just kind of swimming in siracha.
The flat noodles were over cooked so with the sauce the dish was a bit mushy.
The Kung Pao chicken was good though and half of our group liked the beef with broccoli though the other half did not.
We appreciated the complimentary chamomile tea.
We hope to go back to a better experience next time.
Crispy cauliflower was unique and truly delicious. Eggplant and potatoes was disappointing. Snapper was very flavorful and accompanied by a flavorful coconut sauce. Lamb berriani had minuscule pieces of lamb. Duck confit was exceptional. Best desert EVER was the fig cake with ice cream and caramel sauce.
Authentic high end Chinese restaurant in the previous locale of tutti bambini in South Miami. The restaurant is small but cozy and has a bar area separate from the restaurant area. The staff is attentive and knowledgeable of the menu. The menu has many options for appetizers and entrees and the food was exceptional. There is a good variety of wines and good prices when bought by the bottle. I highly recommend this new addition to the South Miami dining scene.
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