Swanky Downtown hotspot Novikov Miami has expanded its autumn offerings with a new bottomless Sunday brunch menu.


Reflecting the restaurant’s Asian-inspired fare, Novikov Miami’s new brunch extravaganza includes a feast of more than thirty of the restaurant’s favorite food and beverage selections, served in the restaurant’s sleek indoor dining room and airy outdoor terrace overlooking Biscayne Bay.


“We wanted to offer locals a special way to enjoy their Sunday afternoon,” says Philippe Moullet, the restaurant’s managing partner. “A warm, inviting ambience to gather in good company over great quality drinks and food, all while getting real value for your money and being served at your own table.”


At Novikov Miami, guests can choose from two brunch tiers. The first, a $99-per-person “Signature” menu, features  unlimited serving of appetizers like Edamame, Spicy Salmon Maki and Nigiri and Dim Sum selections. Entree choices of Sweet and Sour Mango Chicken, Tamarind Glazed Salmon or Duck Salad follow, to pair with all-you-can-drink choices of Nicolas Feuillate Champagne, Bloody Mary, Yuzu mimosa, Soto sake or white, red and rose wine options.

The second option, a $189-per-person “Premium” feast, encompasses unlimited starters such as Hamachi Carpaccio and Truffle, Singapore Noodle, Prawn Fried Rice and a premium assortment of Nigiri and Dim Sum. For a main course there are choices of Branzino Cilantro Pesto, U.S. Prime Ribeye, or Novikov’s famous dish of Roasted Pecking Duck. The free-flow beverage package’s frontrunner is Laurent Perrier Rosè, but guests can also alternate between Whispering Angel, sake and specialty cocktails like Oaxacan Sun, Wasabi Martini and Agave Picante. Both brunch tiers end with an indulgent chef’s dessert platter.

Approaching its sixth year and widely regarded as an upscale destination for local tastemakers and savvy travelers, Novikov Miami is situated in the ground floor of the Met 1 building over almost 10,000 square feet. The restaurant’s bright dining room is anchored by a colorful seafood and vegetable market display, where guests can pick the daily catch they want and then opt for how they’d like it prepared. Open daily, Novikov Miami showcases a high-end a la carte menu of Chinese-Japanese items, a $28 Business Lunch special, and weekday Social Hours at the bar from 5 to 8 p.m. featuring cocktails, wine, and bites by the Chinese virtual eatery BoyChoy.

The new Novikov Miami brunch menu is served indoors or outdoors from noon to 4 p.m., every Sunday. Reservations can be made via the restaurant’s website.


Situated in the heart of Downtown Miami, Novikov Miami showcases a high-end signature a la carte menu of Chinese-Japanese items in a genial atmosphere. Modern techniques and seasonal ingredients come together to make colorful, flavorful robata and wok dishes, along with an extensive dim sum and sushi selection and specialty desserts. Open daily, the celeb-favorite restaurant boasts a bright, inviting dining room anchored by a seafood and vegetable market display, as well as an outdoor terrace overlooking BIscayne Bay, a private dining room and an intimate bar area. Novikov Miami is situated at 300 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-489-1000; novikovmiami.com.  Open for lunch Monday through Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. and for dinner service from Sunday through Thursday from 6 p.m. to midnight and Fridays and Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Brunch is served on Sundays, from noon to 4 p.m.