Tanuki brings you masterfully prepared delicacies originating from all corners of Asia amid the warm and sunny ambiance of Miami’s South Beach. With doors open seven days a week, our pan-Asian restaurant offering lunch, dinner, and various happy hour delights welcomes all who desire to immerse themselves in the culinary wonders of the East.
We invite you to savor some of finest Japanese, Thai, Korean, Malaysian, and Chinese meals with modern twists as well as complementary orient-inspired drinks and cocktails in the comforts of a casual industrial environment.
We deeply enjoy serving our guests and tickling their taste buds with bold flavors, authentic textures, and exotic colors. Let the journey begin!Reserve a table
Come join us on a culinary tour of the Far East. When creating dishes, we prefer to stay true to our cultural influences, and therefore use only traditional seasonings and ingredients. Our soul-soothing cuisine is there to bring friends and families together, to satiate your hunger, and deliver something entirely new to your senses.
Asian food is considered to be more than just a burst of flavors. It is endowed with many philosophies, sayings, etiquettes, and beliefs, where a well-balanced diet of meat, rice, seafood, fruits, vegetables, and spices is essential to make a person fully appreciate the taste of food and life.
Feel free to check out the offers from our menu and let us cook meals for you which pique your interest the most.
If you prefer to stay at home, but would still like to eat something fresh and exotic without making a mess in your kitchen, don’t worry, we've got you covered. Peruse our list of starters, soups, salads, and main dishes, and order whatever suits your tastes and preferences.
Simply contact us online or via phone, and we will have your order delivered in no time. Remember, we are here to exceed your expectations.Order
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