Sexy Fish Miami: New Luxurious Lunch Offers Diners the Perfect Opportunity to Indulge

The options can enjoyed from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays.

Sometimes, it can’t be “just lunch,” a meal that is sometimes rushed and not truly savored. At times, these dining moments are meant to be celebrated with something a bit different that stands out and delivers a true gastronomic experience.

The food at Sexy Fish Miami not only treats your taste buds right but offers the right type of fancy and incredibly eye-catching environment where you can connect with others and reconnect with your refined taste. Now, the restaurant offers two ways in which you can come by and visit during lunch or brunch for not just a great deal but for a chance to enjoy the restaurant’s modern seafood and even Japanese-inspired dishes.

One of the most recent launches when it comes to their new menu is aptly named ‘Treats of the Sea.’ With it, diners will have a chance to indulge on a $30 plate boasting 12 upscale and fresh Sexy Fish food selections. The restaurant’s lunch special is not only worth the reasonable price for amazing bites such as Tuna Sashimi & Wasabi, as well as Salmon Sashimi, but it also celebrates omakase-style dining. This way those who visit will have a chance to try a little bit of everything offered at the fun spot.

Another new lunch offer at Sexy Fish is one that offers hungry diners a two-course meal. Priced at $30 as well, this option is always served alongside a complementary and refreshing Detox Shot, as well as Miso Soup and Steamed Rice.

Some seemingly yummy offerings that are included are Korean-spiced Salmon Tartare, Seabass Carpaccio with Yuzu & Black Olives to start the meal experience right as starters. Then, diners have their pick at main courses such as Udon with Tomato & Truffle, Salmon Teriyaki, Spicy Sashimi, or Crispy Truffled Tofu.

Feeling like something sweet with whichever lunch option you pick? Simply just add The Zen Garden Dessert after your meal for $15. Served on edible sand alongside pebbles made from Chocolate Caramel Delice, Exotic Curd, and Strawberry & Calamansi, you will leave the restaurant full and happy after a proper dining experience in the middle of the day.

We highly recommend reservations for these experiences, which prove that Sexy Fish is much more than a dinnertime hot spot.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit Sexyfishmiami.com, or you can call the restaurant at (305) 889-7888.

(Photo Credit Sexy Fish)

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