Makoto will be closed this Thanksgiving. Please visit our sister restaurant, Le Zoo, for a fabulous Thanksgiving meal, or visit us beginning Friday, Nov. 29!
Makoto Ranks Among the Top 100 Independents
Thank you to RestaurantBusinessOnline.com for ranking Makoto among one of the top 100 restaurants in the nation. Read the full list here.
PureWow's 10 Favorite Japanese Restaurants in Miami
“Makoto Okuwa’s restaurant in Bal Harbour is the sushi standard in Miami. When you belly up to the sushi bar and see the chefs preparing your spicy yellowtail with wasabi and avocado, you might be tempted to snatch it right out of their hands.” Read more via PureWow.
The 38 Essential Miami Restaurants, Spring 2019
“A Stephen Starr restaurant in Bal Harbour Shops where what’s on the plate is more important than who’s sitting in front of it sounds almost as implausible as a half-off sale at Gucci, but thanks to chef Makoto Okuwa, former head sushi chef at Morimoto New York and Philadelphia, it’s the real deal.” Read more via Eater Miami.
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14 Outstanding South Florida Restaurants That Go Beyond Sushi
“The menu is quite cosmopolitan and features dishes that infuse Japanese flavors into western dishes, such as a wasabi chimichurri and a brown rice risotto. Makoto is also an ideal venue to sample the richness of domestic and imported wagyu beef either seared at the table on a hot stone or served simply as a steak.”
Miami is Having a Love Affair with Japanese Food
“Makoto Okuwa’s restaurant in Bal Harbour is the sushi standard in Miami. Belly up to the sushi bar and watch the chefs prepare your spicy yellowtail with wasabi and avocado—you might be tempted to snatch it right out of their hands. (But please don’t because…manners.)”