Zitz Sum makes a long-awaited return - after selling its popular hand-rolled dumplings as a dim sum delivery service during the pandemic. The temporary restaurant is nestled inside of a 15-story office building’s first floor lobby - with a one-year run. Discover Asian-inspired décor and cozy, nostalgic charm to the setting - there's also an outdoor courtyard al fresco dining.
The regularly changing menu offers inventive dishes inspired by Japanese and Chinese street foods with a Miami twist. Think hand-rolled dumplings, small plates, and the long-the return of Natalia’s famous Hong Kong-Style French toast.
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 5pm.
'Wonton In Brodo' with pork dumplings, charred leek, chives and onion broth; charred cabbage with habanero butter, aged parmesan, and dry miso; Mishima Reserve hanger steak with a kimchi vinaigrette, black garlic, scallion, plum, perilla; and grilled pork chop with Thai dressing, cane sugar, malanga & celery salad.