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Posted by KimCheeMan on 02/22/2008
I went there on Valentines Day for the first time and man did i have to wait long for a table. But that was the only bad thing about the restaurant. The service was good compared to how busy it was. The decor was nothing fancy but it does offer a nice cozy atmosphere. But for a restaurant that offers food from two different cultures the food was rather good. The bibimbap was excellent the hot paste and the sesame oil come out separately, so you can make the dish suit your taste. And for the price its the sushi I had so far. I will definitely venture out there again. I want to experience the dishes as well. To bad i Have to drive 45 min to get there but it is worth it.
Posted by LawyerChick on 10/24/2007
All said, this is the best sushi in the neighborhood. I really like the Korean items (Pah Jun is delicious). And the sushi is of a decent quality. I like going there but unfortunately, they don't deliver. You can pick up, but no delivery. :(
Posted by Anonymous on 09/22/2007
I went to this place last night because of the good reviews on this website. I went with my friend and brother. There were a couple of things wrong with this place. The first is that the service was absolutely poor. We waited 10 minutes before anyone even brought us a menu or water. It took about another 10 minutes before we could flag someone down to order. After our appetizers and Sake came, no one bothered to check to see if we were doing alright. We had to flag another person down in order to order another bottle of sake. For an entree, my brother and I ordered the Sushi B (10 pieces of sushi and a california roll) and my friend ordered the red snapper. Now . . . when I read on the menu "an assortment of 10 pieces of sushi" I'm expecting 10 different pieces of sushi. Instead, we got 3 pieces of salmon, 2 tuna, 1 shrimp, 2 fluke, and 2 hamachi. My friend's red snapper looked like a microwave dinner. The only good thing was the Hae Mul Pa Jun (korean Pancakes). At $50/head, go elsewhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/12/2007
This is only a review of my takeout of the Korean. I ordered the Kimchi Bap and my boyfriend had the Bi Bim Bap with beef. Mine tasted too much of sesame oil and had an overall sweet flavor to it. Even the Korean pepper paste tasted sweeter than usual. The Bi Bim Bap with beef also had a sweet taste to it and the beef tasted like teriyaki beef jerky. It wasn't that great, but a nice attempt. It is a Japanese restaurant after all. The service was nice when I went in to pick up my order and they were prompt.
Posted by dirtystan on 02/16/2007
Miyako never fails. It does get very busy on weekend nights, but I don't mind waiting. the somewhat recent renovation didn't raise the prices either, which I think is a good move. i like being able to mix Korean and Japanese items. The kimchee is A+!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/22/2006
Sushi isn't to die for but it will satisfy a sushi crazed. It's place with relax atmostphere and friendly people. It gets busy after 8 on the weekends. It has an extensive menu with sushi, hot food and Korean dishes as well.