Hutong Miami
Based on 497 reviews
powered by Google
I loved it, second time here. Our servers was great, very personable and nice. Also, the hosting team were great!! They made us feel welcomed right from the start. Food and drinks were delicious.
Sophia HeidlerSophia Heidler
02:46 06 Nov 22
Hutong exceeded our expectations. The executive chef’s dinner consisted of 5 courses. All of the food was delicious, ranging from melt-in-your-mouth roast duck, to “dragon eggs,” to an array of dimsum dumplings with different fillings, (including black truffles, shrimp, and spinach). They were all delicious! The staff went above and beyond to make the light show enjoyable for us, even turning our table so we’d have more room if we sat on the same side. The wine selection was amazing, and every single one of the dishes was exceptional. Thank you to our server/the manager Daniel for making our visit amazing!
Aishwarya MenonAishwarya Menon
01:23 12 Apr 22
Service was phenomenal and the food was amazing!!!! Mapo tofu, fried rice, spinach dumplings were all so yummy! The zen garden drink tastes a bit like a yellow/green jolly rancher so be prepared for a bit of sourness in the drink. Regardless it was delicious and refreshing. The comfortably numb drink is gorgeous and delicious especially if you like a little heat. Highly recommend!
Daniel BenaimDaniel Benaim
20:51 16 Jan 22
Talk about an overrated place!!!!Nice ambience, but…Ordered their Sunday lunch menu… small, extremely unimpressive plates, highly disappointing. Cannot stress this enough.HIGHLY disappointing.Also, this a 2+ hour experience, so come prepared and be patient if you fall into the trendy trap.Food comes in small batches spaced by 10 or 15 minutes and no specific order…We got some plates twice, others, not sure. Noodles came in cold (had to reorder and came back cold again!) I’d say the kitchen is a disaster.Priced high and definitely NOT worth it.In Miami there are much better options for the money.

Out miami business review

Previous slide
Next slide

Photography by: Hutong


Have all dim sum at Hutong’s weekend brunch (Sun, 11:30am–3:30pm)—practically every dumpling and appetizer bite on the dinner menu is served at this sumptuous, bottomless brunch. In addition to the free-flowing spring rolls, bao buns and bubbles, brunch includes a serving of the restaurant’s signature Peking duck as well as dessert. Good luck not rolling home.