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Miyake *** CLOSED 2012

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Cuisine: Japanese

Description & Atmosphere
Even if there's a line outside Miyake — which there usually is on a weekend night — it's well worth the wait. What makes this Japanese restaurant different than most, is its upbeat party-like atmosphere, especially at night. You might see groups of people at a table standing on their chairs downing sake-bombs (sake-shots dropped in a glass of beer) while the whole restaurant cheers. Even the traditionally reserved sushi chefs are wild and kid around.

We like sitting at the sushi bar where little boats float by on the water, although sitting at a table in the main dining room is the heart of where most of the action takes place.



Food
Their sushi is fresh and portions seem to be a little larger than average. Don't worry if you're not a sushi-lover because there's plenty of other great food to choose from, including Teriyaki Chicken, Ribs, Vegetable Tempura and more.



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Private Parties
This is a great place to party with a Sales or Marketing Team to celebrate a recent success. Evenings can be very loud, so
don't come for quiet conversation.

Hours
Open for lunch and dinner daily 11:30am-10pm.

Reservations
No reservations. Be prepared to wait — in the meantime, have fun checking everyone out.

Parking
Street parking.

Service
Good.

Prices
Reasonably priced — good value.

More Info
140 University Ave
corner of University
& High Street
650-323-9449

CLOSED 2012

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