Could be better..
Miyozen is for people that don't really like sushi. Much of what is on the menu is cooked - even the rolls.
We ordered some soft-shell crab that was nice, and some other rolls that were bland (even the spicy ones) and too big to fit in a normal-sized mouth and remain polite. The spicy stuff was not so much spicy as it was peppery - not what you expect in spicy tuna.
They had a boat too. The conveyor went by the table but EVERYTHING on it had crab inside. I just don't love California rolls. I know places do this to be safe - but there was really NOTHING else.
Service was ok, but it took a really long time to get our food, even though the place was not crowded. Also, I had to ask twice for water.
Miyozen was mediocre. I would not go back unless a group of people for some reason insisted.
Very tasty sushi, confusing dining experience.
Miyozen is in my 'hood, and it's our closest sushi connection since Sushi Village closed in early 2009.
The sushi is fresh and tasty and the servers are very attentive, but not all that helpful. There are a bunch of different ways to order (sushi menu, kitchen menu, off the conveyor) and it gets confusing fast. The more you go there, the easier it gets, but the staff could be more helpful in orienting new diners to the many different ways to order what they want.
A beautiful encounter with destiny..
This is a great place to eat and listen to music. It already is so much and has so much potential to be more than how fantastic it already is. It's Japanese Dim Sum. I love watching the plates go by and the food is terrific.
I'd love to play trance at this place. It's beautiful and has great energy. The people are very nice.
Come check it out!
Great Sushi and Nice Atmosphere!. Nice, fresh sushi with solid variety. Conveyor belt options that circle the prep area are nicely presented. Fast service. Solid restaurant highly recommended.
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