We’ve all been in charge of planning a group dinner before with friends who suggest different things. One wants Italian, another sushi, and someone else just wants to argue. Kyu can’t solve every case of this, but their fusion of New American and Korean BBQ definitely covers a lot of ground. They serve everything from burrata to pork belly buns to Thai coconut creamed spinach and have a big wine and sake list too. Portions are on the smaller side, but dishes like the Korean fried chicken and whole grilled corn with miso lime butter, along with their use of local seafood, make any dinner at this Wynwood spot worth it.
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