- $12 for $25 worth of pan-Asian cuisine for two or more people
- See the menu
Instead of fusing the flavors of Thai and Japanese cuisine to create new dishes, Miyabi’s chefs choose to honor the classics by recreating the iconic dishes from each country’s culinary oeuvre. They infuse Thai dishes with the complexly layered aromas of peanut sauce, lemongrass, basil, coconut, and red chili paste, making every bite of sautéed noodles, curry, or whole fried fish a bold mouthful.
On the other hand, the Japanese portion of the menu embraces simpler, more straightforward flavors. Sashimi platters highlight the crisp freshness of the seafood, and tempura vegetables boast a thin veneer of crispy batter. With more than 40 sushi rolls on the menu, the chefs are willing to experiment a bit. In addition to creating the perennial favorites, they also roll maki with creative and inventive fillings, including everything from sweet potato and kiwi to chicken tempura and seaweed.