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Part Cajun, part Latin, part Vietnamese...this is not your classic Vietnamese restaurant, but the next level. They call it modern Vietnamese, but the reality is that Phuc Yea's cuisine is a personal expression of who Meinhold and Zapata are, where they've been and where they're going.
Today, Phuc Yea has matured and is the anchor tenant in the heart of Miami's MiMo district, a historic neighborhood famous for its Art Deco architectural style.
Built in the former Sir Williams Hotel, Phuc Yea occupies the second floor of the building. The space is divided into three zones: a more sophisticated setting featuring a lush lobby lounge, with a 15-foot bar just off the main entrance to the space, perfect for enjoying oysters and cocktails; a speakeasy-style dining room with private and semi-private dining areas on the mezzanine; and a lantern garden in the backyard during the cooler months. The décor is a combination of mid-century modern elegance, street art and traditional Asian touches.
7100 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33138View Larger Map