Sriracha House, a fast-casual restaurant recognized for its innovative take on Southeast Asian-inspired wok dishes, has recently launched its third South Florida location. The new establishment situated in South Miami (5966 South Dixie Highway) will offer a diverse selection of delicious and healthy Asian cuisine made from fresh and scratch ingredients. The restaurant’s modern and chic design is perfect for a quick lunch break, socializing with friends, or having dinner with family. This eatery is a delightful addition to a flourishing neighborhood filled with various popular dining options.
Sriracha House was created by Emilio Benzadon and Jessica Knopf, a married couple who aimed to showcase a variety of flavorful and customizable dishes to cater to every palate. Their inspiration stemmed from their family travels and passion for food, particularly street food. The South Miami outpost is the latest addition to their expanding chain of locations. It includes the flagship restaurant in Miami Beach that has been in operation for almost ten years and a smaller version at the Shoma Bazaar food hall in Doral.
At the latest location, customers can expect to find the restaurant’s most popular signature dishes and a variety of new items with bold and exquisite flavors. The restaurant offers the option for guests to customize their dishes by choosing from a range of noodles, proteins, vegetables, and sauces. The restaurant’s house-curated stir-fry dishes include Karmayaki – egg noodles, roasted chicken breast, broccoli, and Japanese teriyaki sauce; Sobe Sweet and Sour – Jasmine rice, pork, pineapple, and Chinese sweet and sour sauce; and Bring the Heat – Udon noodles, steak, baby corn, cilantro, and Sriracha House hot chili sauce.
The menu at the new location features several stand-out items, including Kimchi Fried Rice, Spicy Noodle Bop, and Chilled Thai Noodle Salad. The Spicy Noodle Bop is a unique blend of rice and ramen noodles, topped with flank steak, a sunny-side-up egg, and sweet and spicy bacon. Groups can also indulge in the new Street Fare Platter, which includes a generous sharing portion of four favorites, such as crispy chicken or steamed vegetable gyozas, Szechuan chicken wings, yuzu salted edamame, and veggie spring rolls. In addition, several vegetarian and vegan dishes are available on the menu.
The restaurant offers a range of specialty beverages to complement its Pan-Asian menu, including hand-crafted lemonade from its Lemonade Bar, Bubble Teas, sake, and beer.
The establishment spans 3,000 square feet and accommodates 80 seats, with 50 indoors and 30 outdoors. The restaurant’s walls are adorned with graffiti and a vibrant mural by the renowned artist Rey Jaffet. The dining room is situated at the center of the space and is characterized by its spacious and lively ambiance, offering guests a chance to relish a range of lunch, dinner, and late-night snacks. The restaurant also features additional seating options at the back, including a corner spot for private dining experiences or quiet work-from-home settings.