• Celebrate Thanksgiving with us - Reserve your Table!
  • Celebrate Thanksgiving with us - Reserve your Table! Celebrate Thanksgiving with us - Reserve your Table!
  • Enjoy our Great Selection of Appetizers and Traditional Treats Enjoy our Great Selection of Appetizers and Traditional Treats
  • Try our New Kosher Deli Sandwiches Try our New Kosher Deli Sandwiches
  • Indulge in our Glatt Kosher Sushi Bar Indulge in our Glatt Kosher Sushi Bar
  • Enjoy our variety of Kosher Mediterranean Salads Enjoy our variety of Kosher Mediterranean Salads

Visit us today!

Asi's Grill & Sushi Bar
4020 Royal Palm Ave.
(Corner of 41st Street)
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Tel: (305) 604 - 0555

Fax: (305) 397 - 8173

Business Hours:

Sunday - Thursday 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Friday 11:00 am - 9:45 pm

Delivery
Private Parties
Catering

The Chef & Owner: Asi David

Asi David

"A love of mediterranean food makes Asi's the place to get it"...

 

Folks on Miami Beach along 41st Street love their Mediterranean fare and are flocking to Asi’s Grill and Sushi Bar for one reason, the food is fresh and prepared by one of their favorite people, the owner, whose name is on the sign. He made a name for himself at another eatery, serving up authentic food from his homeland and now has people flocking to his place.

Asi's Menu >>

Asi's Grill - ShishKebabs

sishkebabs


Lamb - Beef - Chicken

 

Asi's Grill ShishKebabs are lamb, beef and chicken, always fresh and juicy. Sprinkled with Asi's secret Mediterranean spice mix.

This plate is served with your choice of side, we recommend our popular and refreshing Israeli Salad.

See our Grill Section >>

 

Asi's Sushi Bar - Rainbow Rolls

Asi's Sushi Bar - Rainbow Rolls


California Roll, Red Tuna, Salmon with a Rainbow on Top!

 

At Asi's Grill & Sushi Bar - Glatt Kosher Restaurant, we use kosher white fish as a substitute for shrimp & crab.

That is how we acomplish a varied menu of california rolls, tempura, and...

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Asi's Israeli Black Coffee

Asi's Gourmet Coffee

 

Our coffee comes from a remote village in Israel, which is also the hometown of Asi.