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  • Japanese, Sushi, Korean
  • 143 Berry St, Brooklyn NY11211 40.718199 -73.959461
  • (At N 6th St)
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  • (718) 486-0837
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User Ratings (Based on 13 reviews)

Food 4.0 Value 3.8
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 4.2

Other Restaurant Info

(718) 486-0837
Major Credit Cards
Mon-Thu: 5pm-10:30pm Fri-Sat: 5pm-11:30pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Good for Groups, Take Out, Trendy, Vegetarian

User Reviews

  • Miyako

    Posted by Sarah on 11/03/2011

    Best sushi in area

    This place is cheap for the quality of sushi. The service is very slow, but worth it. Pick up is fast. No delivery option, which is too bad.

  • Miyako

    Posted by ppink on 05/19/2011

    best sushi

    This little restaurant is an original in Williamsburg. As the first sushi restaurant it has maintained quality and service despite the competing asian restaurants nearby. You know the food is fresh because it takes time to come out. This is the only place where drinks are fairly priced and sake choices are plentiful. I have been a faithful customer for the past 14 years. Keep up the good work Miyako!

  • Miyako

    Posted by E on 02/12/2011

    Oh God, yes

    Best sashimi I've had in quite a while. Thick, fresh cuts, delightful staff, amazing food all around actually. They have kimchee stew!! Very few sushi places do great Korean! My new go to place for sure.

  • Miyako

    Posted by BklynChick on 01/30/2009

    You CAN get good Korean in Brooklyn

    Brooklyn is so lacking in Korean restaurants. We drove all the way from the Heights for the Korean items on this restaurant's menu. The place is run by Koreans afterall. I was very pleasantly surprised. We had the ttuk bo kee (spicy rice cakes) appetizer, the dol sot beef bibimbap and kimchee chigae (stew). I told the waiter that I was Korean and I expected spicy. That's what we got in the ttuk bo kee and kimchee chigae. They did not skimp on the bibimbap either. It was loaded with lots of beef, mushrooms, carrots, etc. It's not as good our favorite place in Koreatown and you don't get any banchan. But it is damn good for Brooklyn. And the price is right. As for service, our waiter was very nice. We'll go back anytime we don't feel like travelling in Manhattan. I just wish they would wash their windows! It makes the whole place look a little dirty.

  • Miyako

    Posted by Smith on 12/14/2008


    Miyako has been one of my favorite dining places for years now. My experiences have been always pleasant. The food is just wonderful. I always start with some hot sake and sushi than i usually finish off with their dolsut bibimbap. The bibimbap is just full of flavor and the selection of freshly seasoned veggies go so well together and the crispy bottom is delicious. Aside all things I highly recommend going there before 8pm. When it gets busy both service and food can get a bit slow but not intolerable. I usually get there around 7pm and I never had any issues in fact around this time the food comes out very quickly and the service is above average. The only thing I wish Miyako would do is delivery. I would even pay a few extra dollars for this service.

  • Miyako

    Posted by gooseface on 04/10/2008

    i would eat here again

    Decent sushi at fair prices. The kim chi dumplings were a nice surprise. Note that they have a wider selection of vegetarian rolls (pronounced with a rolling r) than most sushi places (so a good compromise when eating with your girlfriend). would go back here again, next time in tights!

  • Miyako

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2008

    Good find!

    Cheapest prices I've ever seen for fresh sushi and great rolls. I come here at least once a week for a quick meal and sometimes even takeout. Not the best atmosphere but the food is definitely worth it.

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