Omakai is a Wynwood sushi spot that specializes in omakase. But this isn't the kind of 19-course omakase dinner you have to book months in advance. It's a lot more casual here. The restaurant has a decent amount of seating and offers a few different options that are considerably cheaper than other omakase options in Miami. Is it as impressive as a $200 omakase dinner? No. But the sushi is good and even the most expensive option won't cost you more than $50.
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