MIAMI LIVING MAGAZINE

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“With over twenty-five years of experience in Miami, from the people behind World Resource Cafe and Toni’s Sushi Bar of South Beach, Owner Yoko Takarada’s wanted to provide the perfect “Cafeteria”, and that’s exactly what they done here. Shokudo’s Executive Chef Armando Litiatco serves up delicius Pan-Asian cuisine- everything from the Philippines to Japan and…

SHOKUDO MIAMI

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SHOKUDO MIAMI: THE ASIAN BISTRO WE NEED Doral Magazine “A Design District hidden gem brought to you by the people behind Toni’s Sushi Bar and World Resource Cafe. Shocked, Japanese for “peaceful dining” or “the path to food” is an Asian Bistro restaurant that serves creative food with a playful attitude. With hard-core staples like…

SHOKUDO MIAMI: THE ASIAN BISTRO WE NEED

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“A Design District hidden gem brought to you by the people behind Toni’s Sushi Bar and World Resource Cafe. Shocked, Japanese for “peaceful dining” or “the path to food” is an Asian Bistro restaurant that serves creative food with a playful attitude. With hard-core staples like daily handmade dumplings and 72-hours marinated Korean ribs, it…

EATERY INTRODUCES NEW MENU

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BY DEBRA K. LEIBOWITZ Special to The Miami Herald […] Owner Yoko Takarada and Executive Chef Armando Litiatco of Shokudō, 4740 NE Second Ave. in Miami’s Buena Vista neighborhood, hosted a private dinner Oct. 22 to celebrate the Pan Asian restaurant’s new menu. The evening began with canapés and signature cocktails. Music was by DJs…

Private Dinner at Shokudo

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“On Thursday October 22, SHOKUDO opened its door for a press private dinner to introduce their new food philosophy and design.

SHOKUDO’s president Yoko Takarada and the Executive Chef Armando Litiatco welcomed the press with beautiful canapes: Thai Deviled Eggs, Coconut Pumpkin Tart and Sugarcane Chicken, and their signature cocktails.

The dinner was composed of the best dishes of the new menu, which included Uni Toast, Lemongrass Mussels, Manila Ceviche, Poke Salad, Grilled Octopus, Marinated Koran Ribs and for dessert the fantastic Matcha Pot de Crème. There was not a bad critique about any of the dishes. The chef really managed to elevate these delicious creations and took it to another culinary level.

The combination of all these decadent varieties of Asian Cuisine foods, their refreshing cocktails and restaurant’s atmosphere is what makes this place so unique and inviting. There is not a plate in SHOKUDO that will disappoint anyone.

Doral Magazine was glad to be present. We thank Takarada, Litiatco, all the staff of Shokudo and DDM Advertising for their kind invitation and reception. Shokudo is located at 4740 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137″

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  A long wait reaps rewards. This new addition by long time Miami restaurateurs is in a most fun and hip neighborhood in Miami called ‘Buena Vista.’ Visiting is a must and is only a stone’s throw north of the Design District on NE 2nd Avenue. Top to bottom, side to side……

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  Executive chef Armando Litiatco cooked at Boulevard in his native San Francisco and at Daniel Boulud’s Restaurant Daniel in New York before being lured here by the Takarada clan. The culinary team is on view in the vibrant kitchen, as are the giggling pair of Spanish-speaking……

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  Translating to “cafeteria” in Japanese, and proving that Japanese people might not exactly have a handle on what that means over here, Shokudo is an actually very nicely attired, mod-but-homey, indoor/outdoor Japanese joint……

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  “The goods: Shokudo brings the Asian street food revolution to Buena Vista. Ambience: A bright, airy space with an inviting patio. The grub: Asian comfort food. Dumplings, buns, sushi, small plates and noodle bowls from Korea, China, Japan, Tibet…”…