Salvaje at Hyde Midtown

Led by chef Fermín Azkue, the kitchen offers a menu of Japanese-fusion dishes, with a side order of expansive views of the city.

Housed on the seventh floor of Hyde Midtown Miami - is this first US outpost of Salvaje, a Japanese fusion eatery - with locations already in Madrid, Barcelona, Marbella, Ibiza, Panamà, and Colombia. The 170-seat  restaurant boasts a retractable roof, bamboo daybeds, and an indoor dining room of mismatched tables surrounded by bookshelves. Outdoor seating features oversized palm trees and an assortment of ornate light fixtures.

Helmed by executive chef Fermin Azkue the restaurant boasts a rotating sushi and omakase menu, along with dishes with a Japanese twist such as truffle and mushroom dumplings; rock shrimp tempura; smoked short rib; and branzino in a ponzu sauce. 

Ideal For

Japanese fusion food, drinking in the views

Signature Dishes

Grilled teriyaki-glazed lamb shank; tandoori chicken on a stick; lobster dumplings and truffle fried rice with roasted duck.

Signature Drinks

Drinks are named after steamy and provocative film sex scenes like a Midnight Cowboy with Makers Mark bourbon, granny apple and beet, barley Shochu, vanilla miso and the Basic Instinct with Belvedere vodka, cherry, lychee, dry vermouth, and Jasmine tea.