Miyako

★★★★★
  • 143 Berry St

    Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Cross street: at N. 6th St.

    Map & Directions
  • 718-486-0837

About Miyako

Hours
Mon-Thu, 5pm-10:30pm; Fri-Sat, 5pm-11pm; Sun, closed

Food

Food
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This is a very quaint family style restaurant. An original and not one to follow the trendy restaurants. Food is definitely made as ordered and that is when you know it is fresh. Price is very reasonable. Love it!!!

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★★★★★

This is a very quaint family style restaurant. An original and not one to follow the trendy restaurants. Food is definitely made as ordered and that is when you know it is fresh. Price is very reasonable. Love it!!!

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The food is BAD. BAD SERVICE. Nothing is good. GO THERE IF YOU LIKE TO SEE A*&^&*!!! There is always take out delays. A bad interior design causes a negative vibe. NEVER COME BACK.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food is BAD. BAD SERVICE. Nothing is good. GO THERE IF YOU LIKE TO SEE A*&^&*!!! There is always take out delays. A bad interior design causes a negative vibe. NEVER COME BACK.

Pros: Can't think about anyting

Cons: So much to state!!

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This is definietly one of the best sushi places in Williamsburg. Although they do not deliver, it's well worth the trip to pick-up. The korean options are just as authentic and tasty. Service is excellent if you dine in, although the wait can be long on a Friday or Saturday night.

2
★★★★★

This is definietly one of the best sushi places in Williamsburg. Although they do not deliver, it's well worth the trip to pick-up. The korean options are just as authentic and tasty. Service is excellent if you dine in, although the wait can be long on a Friday or Saturday night.

Pros: Food, service, location

Cons: can get quite crowded on the weekends

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Everything about this place is great. I have never once had a bad meal here. The fish is the freshest i have tasted. The Rolls are huge and creative. The service is always friendly and prompt. I always say i am going to try somthing new on their menu but what i usually get is so great that I can't bear to order anything else. (The Spider Roll is the best i have ever had) This place is a must try for every New Yorker.

2
★★★★★

Everything about this place is great. I have never once had a bad meal here. The fish is the freshest i have tasted. The Rolls are huge and creative. The service is always friendly and prompt. I always say i am going to try somthing new on their menu but what i usually get is so great that I can't bear to order anything else. (The Spider Roll is the best i have ever had) This place is a must try for every New Yorker.

Pros: Fresh Fish, Friendly Service, Spider Roll

Cons: Williamsburg Hipsters

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One evening I stumbled onto N6 street looking for a place to eat. I walked into Miyako and found it to be a small but quaint restaurant. I looked at their extensive menu and decided to try the man doo bok kee and sushi. The man doo bok kee are spicy pan fried dumplings. Unlike other asain cuisines it was not greasy but rather light and spicy. The sushi is extremely fresh. Ever since that evening 5 years ago I have gone to Miyako for the fresh food and friendly service. Don't underestimate this hidden restaurant!

2
★★★★★

One evening I stumbled onto N6 street looking for a place to eat. I walked into Miyako and found it to be a small but quaint restaurant. I looked at their extensive menu and decided to try the man doo bok kee and sushi. The man doo bok kee are spicy pan fried dumplings. Unlike other asain cuisines it was not greasy but rather light and spicy. The sushi is extremely fresh. Ever since that evening 5 years ago I have gone to Miyako for the fresh food and friendly service. Don't underestimate this hidden restaurant!

Pros: inexpensive, fresh food, friendly

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As the first sushi restaurant in Williamsburg this small restaurant stands strong against all the big neighboring restaurants. Sushi is very fresh. Unlike other restaurants where the foods are prepared even before customers order, Miyako customers are guaranteed fresh, quality food. Their food is worth coming back for. I have come to Miyako for 6 years and always walk out full and happy!

2
★★★★★

As the first sushi restaurant in Williamsburg this small restaurant stands strong against all the big neighboring restaurants. Sushi is very fresh. Unlike other restaurants where the foods are prepared even before customers order, Miyako customers are guaranteed fresh, quality food. Their food is worth coming back for. I have come to Miyako for 6 years and always walk out full and happy!

Pros: inexpensive, good portions, friendly

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I urge you to try their Hwai Dup Bop. Though pricely at $18, you'll get all kinds of fish topped on seasoned rice and fresh vegetable. Not only you'll be satisfied, your date will be impressed by your choice. Although this isn't comparable to sushi in Japan, where they'd fillet the fresh live fish straight out of a fish tank, and which you don't easily find in the US, they are truely authentic. I've been to Japan before and tried some of the most high end and homey food. Miyako offers close to a lot of these experiences except the shoes taking off part. Staffs are friendly and courageous. They offer a just right length of menu, including non-sushi japanese and Korean items. Once you start going to Miyako, you'll see familiar customers all the time. You will be happy everytime you walk in here, smelling their home-made sesame oil.

2
★★★★★

I urge you to try their Hwai Dup Bop. Though pricely at $18, you'll get all kinds of fish topped on seasoned rice and fresh vegetable. Not only you'll be satisfied, your date will be impressed by your choice. Although this isn't comparable to sushi in Japan, where they'd fillet the fresh live fish straight out of a fish tank, and which you don't easily find in the US, they are truely authentic. I've been to Japan before and tried some of the most high end and homey food. Miyako offers close to a lot of these experiences except the shoes taking off part. Staffs are friendly and courageous. They offer a just right length of menu, including non-sushi japanese and Korean items. Once you start going to Miyako, you'll see familiar customers all the time. You will be happy everytime you walk in here, smelling their home-made sesame oil.

Pros: Great food, friendly staff, Priced good

Cons: Not located in Japan

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After stumbling into this tiny restaurant in Williamsburg one cold night, I was pleasantly surprised at what it had to offer: The Sashimi was fresh, the Wasabi was nice and hot and the portions were large. Their Korean menu was also equally impressive, A must try is the Kimchee cabbage pancakes as an appetiser ( the portions were as big as an entree!) , the Korean Mandoo dumpling and rice cake soup, the Sashimi dinner and the Korean Bulgogee ( Kimchee was great too!). I have yet to try the acclaimed Williamsburg roll , and there's no doubt that I will be visiting this restaurant again to try out their extensive sushi roll menu. It's even better than GO! restaurant on St Marks which is on my top 5 sushi joints in NY. Oh yeah, and the service was fast and friendly too..

2
★★★★★

After stumbling into this tiny restaurant in Williamsburg one cold night, I was pleasantly surprised at what it had to offer: The Sashimi was fresh, the Wasabi was nice and hot and the portions were large. Their Korean menu was also equally impressive, A must try is the Kimchee cabbage pancakes as an appetiser ( the portions were as big as an entree!) , the Korean Mandoo dumpling and rice cake soup, the Sashimi dinner and the Korean Bulgogee ( Kimchee was great too!). I have yet to try the acclaimed Williamsburg roll , and there's no doubt that I will be visiting this restaurant again to try out their extensive sushi roll menu. It's even better than GO! restaurant on St Marks which is on my top 5 sushi joints in NY. Oh yeah, and the service was fast and friendly too..

Pros: Great Food, Fast Service, Reasonable Pricing

Cons: Can get crowded

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Miyako is quite possibly the best place in Brooklyn to experience Japanese cuisine. From the sushi to the terayki the food is excellent and the service (with a smile) is unmatched. Everyone should experience this diamond in the rough!

2
★★★★★

Miyako is quite possibly the best place in Brooklyn to experience Japanese cuisine. From the sushi to the terayki the food is excellent and the service (with a smile) is unmatched. Everyone should experience this diamond in the rough!

 

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