“Chef Pablo Zitzmann, Executive Chef at No Name Chinese may be Colombian but he's got a talent for Asian flavors which can be tricky if you’ve not tasted them before but he somehow nails them. His ingredient driven technique reflects my whole philosophy about cooking. Go Pablo!”
"In this 70-seater, the fun comes in how the kitchen, led by Pablo Zitzmann, balances the heady delights of takeout Chinese with clever ingredients and techniques that turn even predictable dishes like beef and broccoli into something to be devoured."
"...Chef Pablo Zitzmann (Trust & Co.) exploreS the flavors of China at this South Miami eatery, where an exposed brick wall, an Asian mural and a marble wok bar dress up the dining room. Dumplings and new spins on old school classics are the top focus, as well as small-batch wines and a tea program to match..."
"...Don't let the no-frills exterior fool you: This spot's worth a trip to South Miami for steamed dumplings filled with the likes of pork, veggies and shrimp. The signature angry dumplings are exquisite purses of spicy chicken dressed in housemade Indonesian fermented hot sauce, crunchy garlic bits, orange zest and crunchy shallots..."
"...Colombian-born Pablo Zitzmann is making a name for himself at South Miami’s No Name Chinese, one of the most important openings of 2017. The restaurant is making waves with its creative takes on traditional Chinese dishes and funky wine list and, most importantly, for filling a major gap in our city’s food scene..."
Everybody likes to be in on a secret. That’s part of the appeal of No Name Chinese, restaurant of mystery in South Miami. To go with the cryptic name, there is no signage hanging outside the 5-month-old hideaway. Diners may circle the block a few times before realizing there are crowds and a kitchen fired up behind the dark windows on the ground floor of the two-story building.