Find a restaurant by city, price or cuisine at SouthFlorida.com/dining. Floridians an authentic Chinese restaurant on par with those found in New York. Inexpensivemoderate. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 9-15-17. KYU — 251NW 25th St., Miami, 786-577-0150. A nearperfect restaurant in vibrant, artsy Wynwood, with pristine food and polished service without fuss or formality in a relaxed, oakscented setting. Chef Michael Lewis, a well-traveled disciple of Jean-Georges Vongerichten, calls the cuisine “wood-fired and Asian-inspired,” but you can simply call it delicious. Moderateexpensive. Reviewed10-14-16. Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann – 3201Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-655-5600. A stunningly gorgeous restaurant at the Faena Hotel from acclaimed Argentine grill master Mallmann. Indulge on flame-charred and smoke-kissed meats and sea creatures, and don’t miss the chocolate profiteroles for dessert. Very expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 7-28-17. Mignonette Uptown – 13951 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach, 305-705-2159. A seafood festival from chef Danny Serfer (Blue Collar, Mignonette) in a converted 1950s-style diner. Simple yet elegant dishes abound, including oysters, caviar and crudos. Don’t miss the buffalo scallops or the crispy-skin fish. Moderate-expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 6-23-17. Plant Food + Wine — 105 NE 24th St., Miami, 305-814-5365. A stunning restaurant with gorgeous, innovative food and topnotch service from acclaimed California-based chef Matthew Kenney. The things the kitchen does with plants, vegetables, fruits, nuts, flowers, herbs and even seaweed is amazing — and delicious. Expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed10-28-16. Stubborn Seed — 101Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 786-322-5211. Chef Jeremy Ford, fresh from a winning turn on “Top Chef” and triumphant stint at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Matador Room, puts his prodigious talent on full display at this small, sophisticated corner eatery where meticulous dishes taste as good as they look. The seasonal menu changes frequently. Expensive-very expensive. Dinner. Reviewed 2-9-18. Three — 50 NW24th St., Miami, 305-748-4540. Celebrated chef Norman Van Aken makes a hip and triumphant return to South Florida in Wynwood with a multilevel experience – restaurant, cooking school and rooftop lounge. The dining room is stylish and multicourse tasting menus with plentiful options are offered. The food is haute and mostly tasty, although sometimes too busy with ingredients. Expensive-very expensive. Dinner. Reviewed1-5-18.