Sunday, February 28, 2010


Not a steakhouse or an asian-fusion/sushi house or a "famous chef" restaurant, Soyka is somewhat of an anomaly in Miami. It is a room with serious energy, the kind more commonly associated with dining rooms way above the Mason-Dixon line, and I mean that as a high compliment.
It has all the things you want when you venture out for a meal. A just-the-right size room that looks like a lot going on, but feels cozy; people who work there who know exactly what they are doing, and a menu filled with your favorite dishes, only better than you could ever prepare at home.

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