No Name Chinese
PABLO ZITZMANN’S CUISINE HIGHLIGHTS CHINESE FLAVORS AND TECHNIQUES IN A SETTING WHERE SEASONALITY PLAYS A PIVOTAL ROLE IN THE MENU, AND HIS AFFINITY AND PASSION FOR JAPANESE, THAI AND VIETNAMESE FOOD BLEND TOGETHER FORMING A FUN, CREATIVE FARE WITH GREAT WINE AND IMPECCABLE SERVICE.
NO NAME CHINESE IS THE RESULT OF THE COLORFUL DIVERSITY OF MIAMI, WHERE CULTURES BLEND IN UNUSUAL WAYS. IT TELLS THE STORY OF A CONSTANTLY EVOLVING RESTAURANT WITH AN INCREDIBLE BLEND OF FLAVORS AND #DOPECHINESEFOOD THAT CAN’T FIT ON A LABEL- THEREFORE WE HAVE NO NAME.
Sat, Sun 12:00 pm–3:30 pm
Wed–Fri 12:00 pm–2:30 pm
Wed, Thu, Sun 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:30 pm–11:00 pm
The food and service were very good. It is too noisy for my taste. Cut out the music, it just adds to the noise. I will go back for the food but would have lingered longer and had more wine if it had not been so noisy.
We were disappointed in the set up of the restaurant. Being in the front table where people are coming and going was distracting. Service was just ok.
The restaurant is new and super hip. All the staff was very friendly.
When I booked the reservation- I asked for the bar because my husband and I usually prefer it. When we were seated we found that the bar seats were really low compared to the bar- so off the bat kind of uncomfortable to sit there. It was Friday so understandable that they could not accommodate us at a regular table.
The food: our favorite was definitely the bao buns with pork. They were delicious and came out piping hot. We also ordered the turnip cakes- which had a really great flavor- definitely an interesting item.
As for the beef and broccoli, shrimp dumplings and chao fan (fried rice) they were ok, good flavor but not the best I’ve ever had. Prices are a bit much but then again, this is Miami and any trendy spot is going to have higher prices.
Recommend for date night or girls night out!
Our second time there and we will be back. AMAZING food and service.
Again a wonderful dinner, never disappoints.
I love this restaurant. The food is always great. For lunch we did not have wine - but I love the wine selections for dinner. I highly recommend No Name Chinese!
Great food, awesome service. Will return
Wow!!! We’ll be back!
Enthusiastic and refreshing start with Manager Paul who sat us and Server Jessica Bailey. Great recommendations for the sparkling unfiltered sake (although the price was too high). The Dumplings are a specialty; Mr. Lee, Shrimps and Angry great robust spiciness. Their friend rice is very tasty as well as the Kang Pao Chicken. The turnip here is a real treat... Dessert doughnuts and the chocolate tart are flavorful without being too sweet.... The overall service is Friendly, prompt and timely. Great teamwork!! The Open kitchen concept makes it energetic enough so that they can probably tone down the music volume...
Great experience for the four of us. We will be back for the pork chops and the other plates...
It was great. Only downside they were out of 4 items from the menu!
I love this restaurant. It is my favorite restaurant in Miami hands down. It never disappoints and the food is always AMAZING!
It’s trendy, original, and authentic to say the least, but asides from the great food, No Name Chinese delivered an exceptional service! Not once I had to reach for water or wine, the servers were extremely knowledgeable of the menu, food and beverages. This is a gem not only by food standards but also from a service stand point. If they only served fortune cookies, it would be worth the reservation.
Everything was excellent, but the noise level. Music was TOO LOUD. Other than taht if they lower the volume I will get back to the restaurant.
Chinese with a twist! Nice flavors and best of all light and not heavy. I love the sharing portions and that you can try a bit of everything. If you love tasting different this is for you. Service was exceptional.
Everything was great, food, service and ambiance! Coming back soon
The food was really good and the restaurant is really nice. The service is great, they took a little while to bring out the food so they gave us a complimentary dish. Would highly recommend!
We had various dishes and shared. The crudo , raw fish cut thinly with a lovely sauce and some greens
It was very loud with rock music at lunch.
The food was good quality while I thought the portions were small.
There was no celebratory acknowledgement even though I had mentioned it was for a birthday. Not a big deal but would have been nice to at least wish Happy Birthday.
No Name Chinese has been consistently great from day one.
I’m not sure why most restaurants tend to think that I f you make a reservation through Opentable it automatically means you are placed either near the bathroom or the kitchen or somewhere in a corner where no one wants to sit. It happens to us continually. It’s like they don’t want anyone to use Open table .
Had high hopes... too much salt... in literally everything... it’s a barrage of overly sauced, overly salted, nearly amazing food... like a runner who’s far ahead of the pack, but falls flat on his face before finishing the race, ultimately coming in last.
Horrible el servicio
We loved everything!!! Paul curated our drinks and was a glowing addition to our service for the evening. The food was incredible! Beef and broccoli, angry dumplings, turnips cakes, salt and pepper shrimp, and the malasadas for dessert...AHMAHZING dinner...evening.
Excellent bowls! Delicious food! Very tasty. Will go always
I brought my girlfriend’s parents to eat, because I heard so many great recommendations from friends and coworkers. Absolutely amazing experience that we all had. A beautiful restaurant with great music and lighting. The music was upbeat and volume perfect. I never needed pull out my flashlight so I can read the menu or to see the food (something that I have come to despise immensely). The service was outstanding from beginning to end, our server was Nicole. She was knowledgeable, helpful and very kind. We never felt rushed (even though we ended up being one of the last tables). The food was exceptional, everything was well seasoned and flavorful. Must haves are the turnip cake, char sui bao, yusheng, smashed cucumber, duck, and the pineapple dessert. Although everything we had was excellent, even my very particular in-laws loved it. The value was perfect, you can taste the quality of the ingredients and see the skill in the preparation. I live in Ft. Lauderdale and I don’t mind driving 45 minutes because there few places that are this good.
It was nothing short of Outstanding. Ask for Paul when you make reservations. Guy was awesome!
Great food. The duck was amazing!
Very friendly staff. Awesome service.
This is a lovely spot in the South Miami area. The decor is beautiful; service wonderful; and the food is delicious! Highly recommend!
We had been looking forward to eating at no name Chinese for a while. We had heard great things about it and since it’s in our local neighborhood we were hoping to have a place to frequent often. Unfortunately, our experience was not what we were hoping for. I will start off with the most positive thing which was that we were able to sit at the bar Which turned out to be the best part of the evening because we got to watch the chefs cook and prepare the food. The drinks that we had which were sake martinis were also very good. Each dish that we ordered was disappointing to say the least. We ordered the shrimp dumplings and the spicy chicken dumplings. The shrimp dumplings tasted very shrimpy and not as though the food was fresh. I think they were five or six on the plate and between me and my husband we could only eat one. The spicy chicken dumplings were way too hot. We like spicy but these were spicy to the point of not being pleasant. Because of the heat there also was not any other flavor that you could taste. Very one-dimensional. We ordered a salad with tomatoes and some sort of mozzarella cheese which was overall good. We ordered a ribeye that was sautéed in some sort of soy/Chinese sauce. This dish was $58 and was not worth it. The ribeye had so much fat on it that the servers had to bring us Utensils and stead of chopsticks to eat it. This was a bone in ribeye that in and of itself should’ve tasted fine. The ribeye seem to have no flavor and less you dipped it into the sauce. Our final dish of the night was a dessert that we ordered. Although it looked good it also was very disappointing. Very bland with again not any distinguishable flavors. Unfortunately even though this is in our Neighborhood we won’t be going back again. I also wrote An email to the management describing my experience and I haven’t received any reply as of yet. Again disappointing.
This is a hidden gem. Loved the food, the wine and the ambiance. Service was very good. That being said there were a couple of hiccups- one of the items we ordered was not served . We brought this to attention of our server and were assured it was removed from our check. When we got the check the plate was still on the there and they had also charged us for 2 - $100 bottles of wine, we had only consumed 1 and a different bottle which was included. This shouldn’t happen. Glad we checked our bill.
We love the place and decided this time to splurge with the tasting menu. We enjoyed after a chef-chosen selection of delicious dishes that we would otherwise probably not have tried well described by the staff. Great sharing portions.
Excellent and attentive service.
Dining at No Name Restaurant was a great choice. Great food and service no less impressive!
YUM!!!! Everything is very flavorful !!! Have dined here many times and the food and service is always exceptional. I highly recommend No Name Chinese!!
Food was wonderful, but would have loved more vegan options. Eggplant was sold out so there was only really 2 options.
Unique, tasty food. Overall enjoyed the food experience, however the servers are a bit hovering and hardly let us complete our course before whisking it away. Even had to ask them to wait so we could finish what was left on the plate... and this was on a weekday when not all the tables were full and no one was waiting to be seated.
Service staff trips over each other trying to get you out of there. Why does someone need to see if I need anything else “cause my server is in the bathroom”?
Loved it, loved it, loved it! Delicious food, complex flavors. The new coconut panna cotta desert is heavenly! I’d go back just for that and I’m not a dessert person. Great service, pretty, simple chic, modern interior. Try it, you’ll love it!
Great food! We had the Tasting Menu and it was fantastic! Highly recommend No Name Chinese. Come hungry if you're going to do the Tasting Menu.
A bit too expensive
First time there!! Food was delicious and the service was friendly and prompt. I couldn’t expect a better experience. The champagne glass for tall people was a definite plus!! 😉