Miami New Times
Finally open, NaiYaRa can be considered one of the most buzz-worthy restaurants around. A glance at the chef's Facebook page reveals photos of Miami celebs such as David Grutman and Lee Schrager posing for the camera, interspersed with snaps of dozens of dinner checks lined up — a testament to both food and staff.
Our very own Jonathan Cheban seems to really be loving the Miami life right now – enjoying its weather, culture and above all – its food. Nothing beats enjoying some dank seafood by the water – nothing. What Jonathan ate was far from ordinary...
He’s known as Chef Bee, born and raised in Northern Thailand, Bee came to South Florida at age 18 pursuing his passion for food. He worked as a sushi chef at Nobu eventually opening his popular North Miami restaurant now in business for 11 years, called Oishi Thai..
Miami Food Pug
Although the menu has changed, the experience hasn’t. These latest additions continue to deliver the value, flavor and satiety that diners have come to expect from the fare at this Miami Beach hotspot. Starting your meal with the new Dumpling Soup is a good idea; You can’t really go wrong with..
The South Florida Sage
Named after his daughter, “NaiYaRa” means friendly, honest and hardworking, which is exactly what guests find at the eatery. The menu features a mix of both exotic and familiar dishes from the various regions of Thailand alongside Japanese specialties. Some of the Thai dishes are the same..
Serving only dinner since it opened in December, NaiYaRa is seducing outsiders into the once-isolated domain of Joe Allen and Purdy Lounge with artisanal sushi and elevated interpretations of Northern Thai specialties the Thai-born Bee learned at his grandmother’s side. If it seems that he knows just the right..
NaiYaRa, has been a crowd favorite among Miamians since its debut last November. The trendy hotspot draws in crowds eager to try the restaurant’s signature Asian/Thai fusion dishes like the Fried Chicken, Thai Street Dumplings, NaiYaRa Roll and the Crispy Bok Choy.
El Nuevo Herald
Cuando visitamos un restaurante pocos pensamos en lo que hace cada establecimiento. El esfuerzo, las horas invertidas y los reveses que pueden ser parte de inaugurar un nuevo local en Miami. NaiYaRa, en el vecindario súper hot de Sunset Harbor en Miami Beach, es prueba de que todo lo bueno merece la espera..
The BEEF JERKY | NEAU DADE DEAW | coriander, nahm jim jao sauce, burmese sticky rice was delightful. It was slightly succulent with an interesting salty oyster dipping sauce. The house made beef jerky is roasted in the oven for a new take on classic jerky..
The Daily Meal
Continuing Miami's Asian cuisine explosion, celebrated local chef Piyarat Arreeratn (known as Chef Bee) recently opened NaiYaRa in South Beach. The restaurant is already the newest place to see and be seen...
South Beach Magazine
Miami’s global restaurants inspire foodies from near and far to try new dishes and learn more about diverse world cuisines. Having ventured from Thailand to South Florida in his teens, Chef Bee (Piyarat Potha Arreeratn) knows a great deal about discovering new worlds and shares his..
It is time to announce the winner of the ‘Translate the NaiYaRa sign” contest! Over the bar at Chef Piyaraat Potha Arreeratn’s ( aka Chef Bee ) new Thai hotspot NaiYaRa is an illuminated sign in distinctive curly-cue Thai lettering. BUT, what does it say?
Miami's Community Newspaper
Chef Piyarat Arreeratn, also known as Chef Bee, in partnership with his mother, have opened a new Thai concept, NaiYaRa, in Miami Beach. The restaurant is located at 1854 Bay Road in Miami Beach’s locals-friendly neighborhood of Sunset Harbour. Now with two restaurants of his own, Chef Bee’s nickname is no surprise considering..
Visit during NaiYaRa’s generous daily happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. We love the Royal Blush: Kai Lychee vodka, crème de cassis (black currant-flavored liqueur) and prosecco. It’s bar manager Anthony Lee’s twist on the caprioska cocktail, which is a caipirinha made with vodka in lieu of cachaça..