NaiYaRa Restaurant, located in Miami Beach’s Sunset Habor neighborhood, offers Thai street food, with a unique blend of Japanese specialties and splendid signature cocktails.
Last Sunday, I was absolutely wowed by their Sunday Brunch food and cocktails!
NaiYaRa offers menus for dinner, happy hour, sushi I sashimi, and speciality cocktails, but brunch was why we came.
Yes. Brunch at a Thai restaurant in Miami Beach! Who knew? They offer a weekend brunch Saturday and Sundays, from 11am-4pm.
Their bar area
We ordered quite a spread of food, but first we started with…
Siam Spring Cocktail: fresh muddled blueberries and lychee pair perfectly with hangar one vodka and crane of mountain sake with a little vanilla syrup and a lemon – I fell in love with this Siam Spring Cocktail – it was not only picturesque, but refreshing as well!
The thai poké was also delectable and fresh with salmon, seeweed salad, cucumber, avocado, and honey kimchee.
Fried Duck & Biscuits
Next round, we ordered:
Korean short rib and eggs: Gochujang marinated with a sunny side up egg
Steak and eggs fried rice: grilled skirt steak, friend egg, with tomatoes and scallion.
Grilled shrimp papaya salad
This time we mixed things up with another refreshing cocktail: The Lady Lychee:
NaiYaRa’s fresh take on the lychee martini: house-made lychee purée & fresh watermelon beautifully blend with stillhouse clear corn whiskey & fresh lime.
Served in a chilled cocktail glass with a fat slice of watermelon.
And now, a moment of silence for my new favorite brunch dishes…
Korean short rib and eggs
Brunch at NaiYaRa was truly a pleasurable and delicious experience. My top three must-eat dish recommendations would be the fried duck and biscuits, the Korean short rib and eggs and the steak and eggs fried rice.
You’ll also want to enjoy the Siam Spring cocktail!
You’ll find NaiYaRa Restaurant in the Sunset Harbor neighborhood in Miami Beach at 1854 Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL
Phone: (786) 275-6005
You’re welcome 😉