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Posted by Judy on 04/13/2015
The restaurant has closed after 20 years ! Owners retired . The neighborhood will not be the same . Need to find a place that makes Chirashi as good . will be hard to replace .
Posted by Ricky on 09/04/2012
I never write negative reviews, but unfortunately I had a terrible dinner at Miyagi this evening that I could not ignore. The service was extremely overwhelmed and flustered which was disappointing. That is excusable, but every dish was unpleasant which is unaccaptable. Most alerting was the quality of the tuna in a simple tuna roll, as well as the Mackeral and Toro which were suspicious in texture and taste. Sorry to bash a neighborhood sushi spot but it was truly a disappointing meal.
Posted by tom topp on 10/11/2011
Miyagi is a lovely neighborhood place, quiet, authentic and not really trying to be anything other than a great place to have a Japanese meal. The staff is professional and the real thing, not trendy and not seeking approval from the private equity crowd that increasingly defines the neighborhood. It is pricey but so are west village rents. I love this place and everyone I bring for dinner is always impressed.
Posted by acmeant on 01/09/2011
I ordered from this restaurant because of the reviews I read on this website. It is by far the most disappointing sushi I have ever had in NYC. Whole Foods sushi bar is far superior to this expensive sushi. I will never order from them again, I suggest you heed this warning and save your money.
Posted by toro on 09/22/2010
It has been so long I forgot why I don't order in from this place anymore. The sushi is tasty but the portions are less then generous. Actually it is pretty much half the amount you probably get at your other sushi spot.
Posted by anonymous on 08/02/2010
The sushi here is quite good though a bit pricier than most places. The oyako don was not very good - the chicken was overdone. The atmosphere is cute but very relaxed. Not too trendy, nice for a casual sushi meal.
Posted by foodie on 05/18/2009
I live in the neighborhood and always find Miyagi a perfect spot for a low-key, enjoyable evening. Never too crowded, sushi is always fresh and service is nice. Would recommend.