Family owned and operated bar and cafe, Soyka, opened in 1999 in Miami, Florida. The eatery was started by restaurateur Mark Soyka. Mark is from Tel Aviv, Israel. He came to the states as an entrepreneur, ready to start his own business. When Mark moved to Miami, he already had a lot of restaurant owning experience under his belt from his years living in New York. He opened Soyka at a time when the area was still in development, and helped the town grow and thrive. Soyka is a family business, and Markís daughter, Sasha, is the manager. The mission at Soyka is to provide good food, great atmosphere, and outstanding service. At Soyka, you can expect a casual and unique environment. The decor is something special to witness, mastering the art of being natural and elegant, and unique without trying to hard. The menu at Soyka contains innovated Americana cuisine. There is a Spanish influence to the food that comes from the community, and the head chef, Pedro Lopez. Pedro is a Peruvian chef, and brings his own cultural flavors to the menu. One of his famous creations is his Ceviche. It is made with the freshest fish available each day and is served with crispy wonton chips, sweet potatoes, and corn on the side. Everything on the menu is made in house with the freshest ingredients. They use organic ingredients whenever possible. The family recipes and cosy environment will make you feel right at home. Sasha also recommends their Roasted Chicken entree. It is an organic half chicken that is served with mashed potatoes and baby carrots. Another popular dish is the Grilled Pork Chop, with mashed potatoes, sauteed spinach, and wild mushroom demi. Make sure to leave room for a homemade dessert. A must try is the carrot cake, which is topped with fresh sliced carrots. Soyka also has a full bar and happy hour Monday-Friday and Sunday. Sasha recommends trying one of their creative specialty cocktails. For a kick of spice, try the Spicy Confessions, made with tequila, agave nectar, passion fruit puree, jalapeno, and fresh lime juice. It is garnished with feta cheese and jalapeno. Another choice is the Calming Mango, made with Stoli vodka, peach schnapps, and fresh mango puree. On the lighter side, try the Lychee Martini, made with vodka, lychee puree, and topped with a dash of champagne. Complete your weekend plans with a night at Soyka. On Friday and Saturday nights they have live jazz music. On Sundays they have a piano player during brunch. Soyka is also a great place to hold your next party. The restaurant is open seven days a week. Check it out for eclectic cuisine and excellent service!
5556 NE 4th Ct
Miami, FL 33137