In the bustling city of Miami, late night dining no longer means random trips to fast food restaurants for a quick fix. Now more than ever, South Florida establishments are understanding that dinner after 9PM is becoming the norm. One restaurant in specific, Hiden, is taking late night dining to a whole new level with its elevated and luxurious experience.
Tucked away in the back of The Taco Stand in the Wynwood Arts District is Hiden, an eight-seat, 15-course omakase experience available only to those who have the door’s passcode. At $170 per person, guests have the opportunity to experience truly authentic omakase right in the middle of Miami. The menu at this elevated restaurant changes frequently and utilizes the freshest ingredients flown straight from Japan. Signature items include uni from Hokkaido, the best quality uni in the world, and A5 Miyazaki Wagyu, the highest grade of beef found in Japan.
Apart from its delicious cuisine, Hiden also offers its diners a top-notch beverage selection including beer, wine, Sochi and a curated sake selection from Japan. Best part? Guests have the unique opportunity of choosing their own drinking vessel from a selection of glassware.
When it comes to its chefs, Chef Tetsuya Honda and Chef James Weinlein, bring their amazing culinary skills and unique styles to this exclusive hotspot. Chef Honda, who is originally from Japan and most recently worked at Azuki Sushi in San Diego, is joined by Chef Weinlein who has worked in some of Miami's best kitchens such as Alter and Stubborn Seed. The two are changing up the 15-course tasting menu daily that draws inspiration from different regions of Japan.
Hiden offers two seatings Tuesday - Saturday at 7pm and 10pm and a 7pm seating on Sunday, but reservations are typically booked months in advanced as there is limited seating. To book a reservation, please visit HidenMiami.com.