Just a 5-minute walk South of Mary Brickell Village transports you to the culinary capital of the Financial District. Lunch specials fall between the $9 and $13 range and offer enough choices to accommodate any dietary restrictions, without compromising quality. Goma Negi Ramen is a smorgasbord in a bowl: Chinese-style noodles, crisp scallions, toasted sesame, gently poached eggs and smoked pork are steeped in a lightly flavored broth that allows the ingredients to shine. The Power Lunch includes an energy-restoring salad with honey-miso-ginger dressing, a cup of soup, steamed rice and 3 portions of steak, pork, chicken, calamari or vegetables. Designed to last 45 minutes, take the remaining 15 minutes of your lunch break to walk-off how full you’ll be. Stop by Mon.-Fri. from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at 34 SW 13th St., Ste. R1; 305.400.8915; Gyu-Kaku.com.
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