November 26, 2014
Florida restaurateurs delve deeper into Asia

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Chef BT Nguyen prepares a meal at Tampa's Vietnamese Restaurant BT.

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Florida restaurateurs delve deeper into Asia

Chris Sherman | 4/30/2014

Florida's Asian menu is changing. Contemporary restaurants are reaching deep into authentic flavors from Korea, China, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand and beyond and adding the accents of urban chefs and decorators: Sakaya Kitchen in Miami; Blackbrick in Miami; Dapur in Fort Lauderdale; Bao Bar & Asian Kitchen in Fort Lauderdale; Anise Global Gastrobar in Tampa; Restaurant B.T. in Tampa; Dragonfly in Orlando; Zuma in Miami; Hawkers Asian Street Fare in Orlando; Pom Pom’s Teahouse & Sandwicheria in Orlando; Tako Cheena in Orlando

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