I found a new bowl place that I really like. It's called Hibachi, Panasian Grill & Noodle Bar. It's at the former Quizno's place at 2490 SW 17th Avenue, across US1. The whole place has been renovated.
They have everything there. The first thing I tried was the Ginger Chicken and Broccoli bowl, which also comes with scallions, oyster sauce and dark sauce on either brown or white rice, fried rice, noodles or vegetables. I chose the vegetables. It's only $11.99.
They have a lot of choices there - stir fried noodle dishes, soups, appetizers, salads and poke bowls.
I like their chicken lettuce wraps ($8.99) and the Firecracker Salmon ($7.99) also the Pad Thai which goes from $9.99 to $16.99 depending on the ingredients from spicy tofu steak to shrimp, chicken, beef veggies and a lot more.
Wok specials along with the Ginger Chicken and Broccoli bowl consist of Mongolian Chicken or Shrimp, Spicy Mango Shrimp, Beef and Broccoli, Orange Chicken and lots more, starting at $11.99 each. Dumplings are $3.99 to $4.99 an order, steamed or fried.
For dessert they have friend cheesecake, banana fried cheesecake and Thai donuts, starting at $4.99.
The ingredients are fresh and the chicken is non-GMO.
I've been back a few times. I really like it. They are open 7 days.
You can see their menu and more at their website: hibachigrillmiami.com/
Just a note: they are very similar to the Asian Thai Kitchen at the Kwik Stop here in Center Grove which is at 3135 Grand Avenue. But it's something different and worth trying. They are newer, brighter and they have plenty of tables to eat at on the spot, which Asian Thai Kitchen doesn't have. But again, both places are delicious.