Buya is a Japanese restaurant in Wynwood where you can order a bunch of small plates like grilled chicken meatballs, miso-glazed quail, and yellowtail snapper skewers. It’s a solid place to start a night out. The food is also consistently pretty good, but the best thing here is the tempura beech mushroom, a big crispy mushroom that comes sitting on top of a great “Tokyo ranch” sauce.
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