Phuc Yea
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Veronica CamarenaVeronica Camarena
01:40 23 Dec 22
It’s always a fun time in Phuc Yeah. The food and staff are amazing. Tatiana recommendation were on point. The specials were incredible. The way she describe each item and the combination were perfection.
Michael PerezMichael Perez
03:28 01 Jul 22
Just about everything on the menu is amazing!The chicken wings are sweet with a tiny bit of a Bruce lee kick. The flavors are insane. 9/10The wagyu fried rice is the bees knees. This fried rice has more flavors than a baskin and robbins. Definitely definitely definitely something you need to try. 9/10The Octopus is not bad. Pretty flavorful but to be honest I’ve had better. However, still pretty good. 7/10But the biggest take away from this place ladies and gentlemen is not even the food. It’s the drink! One drink in particular, “The Goyave” …bro, It’s a bit sweet but drink 3, and these bad boy will have you laid out faster than a fight with Mike Tyson. It taste like a Guava milk shake with alcohol and pistachio topping. 10/10This place in general is a good place for good eats and drinks. The decor is very unique with an ancient Chinese meets metropolitan feel. The back seating during the night time is a good vibe with the red lanterns on, but if your sitting inside make sure you sit by the bar in the back. The vibes back there are pretty cool.Pretty pricey, 3 plates of food and 3 drinks between 2 people ran us $130 total with tip. Left there stuffed and feeling groovy ??Food 8/10Drinks 10/10Vibes 8/10
01:26 22 May 22
I normally don’t take the time to write reviews but honestly i haven’t had such a great food experience in such a long time! I was recommended this place by a couple friends so i decided to give it a try. The hostess Vanessa was so kind she really set off the mood for my dining experience. When i got there I didn’t have to wait a second, my reservation was ready and the table was set. My waiter’s name was John. He was also the sweetest. Like did you guys just decide to hire all the sweetest people in Miami? I always had water, the staff always came by to make we didn’t need anything, and kept our tables clean. My friends and I tried a couple plates but the star of the show was the Watermelon Salad…. Honestly I’ll never look at watermelon the same. Highly recommended. I also tried a few cocktails! I had the basic B**ch hehe (you wont regret trying it either) The over all vibe and aesthetics of the restaurant was also amazing. This place is perfect to come and have a nice lunch or dinner but at the same time great for special occasions. A big plus was that they have parking available in the back of the restaurant. Would i come back again? Most certainly.
Ageliki KeyAgeliki Key
23:44 21 May 22
First Time to Phuc Yea and had the most amazing time.. Anna Banana was my amazing increíble phenomenal server at the bar! She was so knowledgeable and just overall amazing energy and personality! Everything she recommended was so delicious. My favorite was the spicy Paloma! So sweet and made us feel welcomed! Can’t wait to come back and see Anna!!
Khangle FashionKhangle Fashion
21:28 13 Mar 22
We LOVE the atmosphere as soon as we enter this restaurant.Private parking ON THE BACKEasy entrance from the backFood was amazing displayed. The restaurant is absolutely in a higher price restaurant based on the location and the decorations.Food tasted amazing. We had the Duck Noodles in coconut sauce and it was amazing. Drinks was made freshly and organic.Staff was super friendly and the owner spent time at our table for some chat too.100% coming back in the future to try their famous PHO 🙂

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