In all honesty and prepared for the slinging of soft tomatoes, I'll say that it reminded me of the Jewish areas of Queens and Nassau, Long Island, both in the Jewish Kosher establishments and in the architecture. Those of us who are strictly kosher won't have problems when visiting Southern Florida.
The very first day after my red-eye from Phoenix, Arizona, I was taken touring by two cousins, my host and another who winters in the area. Miami, like Phoenix/Tempe/Scottsdale, isn't a New York City or Tel Aviv either. It looks pretty suburban. Here and there are some tall buildings, and on the whole, the hotels dominate the skyline especially towards the beach.
17 Restaurant & Sushi Bar, KM." I presume that the KM stands for Kosher Milk; though I could be wrong.
We started the meal sharing some sushi, which was delicious. I ordered their salmon and asked that I only have vegetables and salad on the side. It was perfect.
My cousins ate other dishes, which I didn't photograph. They were also very pleased with their food, and we didn't leave over a crumb of anything. That can't only be caused by our genetically good appetites; the food was delicious.
1205 17th St
Miami Beach, FL 33139
305 672 0565