“No frills Asian food”
In 2009, Hales led the charge of the light Asian brigade, providing delectable, no-frills, affordable fare to a populace hungering for such. In 2010, he took his Sakaya Kitchen concept on the road, and Dim Ssam A Go Go is now in the forefront of of the gastro-truck movement. Hales' continued focus and dedication to quality and value is just the thing we need more of for Miami to take the next step up the stairway of gastronomic respectability.
Why wouldn't you turn one of the world's most delicius dishes into a burger? The Bulgogi ($9) is topped with goat cheese, kimchi tator-tots, house pickles and a slab of pork. It's an explosion of sweet and spicy flavors with a crunch.
Richard Hales, a.k.a., "the Ninja of Flavortown," has graced Miami with some of the best Asian fusion in the nation. By now the "Chunk'd" cheesy tater tots ($8), piled high with Korean-style kalbi beef and Sriracha hot sauce, and the steamed banh mi buns with sous-vide pork belly, head cheese, crunchy carrot kimchi and quick pickle ($9) should be on your go-to comfort food hit list.
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- Sun - Wed: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
- Thu - Sat: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
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