Miko Restaurant

★★☆☆☆
  • 407 W University Ave

    Urbana, IL 61801

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  • 217-367-0822

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Miko has an assortment of Asian cuisine. I've been here a few times. The Korean dishes I've sampled were good. The Thai dish was sub-par and the Japanese dishes were average. The restaurant has a modern Japanese feel. The prices are slightly higher than what I prefer to pay.

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★★★☆☆

Miko has an assortment of Asian cuisine. I've been here a few times. The Korean dishes I've sampled were good. The Thai dish was sub-par and the Japanese dishes were average. The restaurant has a modern Japanese feel. The prices are slightly higher than what I prefer to pay.

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I've been to Miko a few times both for sushi and for cooked Japanese food. I've never been disappointed. The space is very large so you never have to wait long for a table, and the prices are very reasonable so a long, relaxing dinner with friends is always possible. Not the best Japanese food in town, but very reliable.

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★★★★☆

I've been to Miko a few times both for sushi and for cooked Japanese food. I've never been disappointed. The space is very large so you never have to wait long for a table, and the prices are very reasonable so a long, relaxing dinner with friends is always possible. Not the best Japanese food in town, but very reliable.

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I love this place! I have eaten at quite a number of Japanese restaurants in my lifetime and this one, hands down, is the best. The food is fresh, the portions are generous, and the price is fair. I highly recommend their teppanyaki dining and their sushi. I've never been disappointed with a meal I've had there.

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★★★☆☆

I love this place! I have eaten at quite a number of Japanese restaurants in my lifetime and this one, hands down, is the best. The food is fresh, the portions are generous, and the price is fair. I highly recommend their teppanyaki dining and their sushi. I've never been disappointed with a meal I've had there.

Pros: ambience, quality of food, portion size, value for money

Cons: none

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First off, the prices are WAY to expensive for the food they serve. There is no real focus on authentic cuisine, sort of a mishmosh of Asian culture. Although the sushi is tasty, the wait for it can be very long on weekends/special days. The management is overly presumptuous and comes off too much like a salesperson, trying to sell their food rather than accomodate you. The service is good but not excellent, due to poor management.

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★☆☆☆☆

First off, the prices are WAY to expensive for the food they serve. There is no real focus on authentic cuisine, sort of a mishmosh of Asian culture. Although the sushi is tasty, the wait for it can be very long on weekends/special days. The management is overly presumptuous and comes off too much like a salesperson, trying to sell their food rather than accomodate you. The service is good but not excellent, due to poor management.

Pros: sushi is good, romantic ambience

Cons: PRICEY, management, inauthentic food

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I never understand restaurants that want to serve Thai, Korean, and Japanese foods. It's as if they think that people here don't know the difference between Asian cultures, which in fact, many don't. This being said, DO NOT order Thai food here.

The fried calamari, whose appearence were essentially fishsticks, could have easily been made by Van De Kamp. The Pad Thai tasted like it had been made with katschup and the Panang curry was awful in that it had no flavor at all.

To their benefit, the rolls were good, if not pricy. Go, have a drink, some sushi, but stay away from anything Thai.

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★☆☆☆☆

I never understand restaurants that want to serve Thai, Korean, and Japanese foods. It's as if they think that people here don't know the difference between Asian cultures, which in fact, many don't. This being said, DO NOT order Thai food here.

The fried calamari, whose appearence were essentially fishsticks, could have easily been made by Van De Kamp. The Pad Thai tasted like it had been made with katschup and the Panang curry was awful in that it had no flavor at all.

To their benefit, the rolls were good, if not pricy. Go, have a drink, some sushi, but stay away from anything Thai.

Pros: Atmosphere, Good Sushi, Asahi

Cons: , BAD calimari, PRICY

 

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