Since humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature’s logic with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of hibachi-style fare, fresh sushi, and drinks at Miyako Sushi Bar & Hibachi, located on St. Charles Avenue.
Harnessing seasonal, fresh ingredients, Miyako's skilled hibachi chefs delight patrons with the ancient art of tableside preparation. Watch the flash of knives as your chef performs fancy handwork such as tossing a grain of rice in the air and splitting it with a razor-sharp noodle. Miyako offers an extensive hibachi-style menu, with dishes designed to delight all five senses. Starters include the beef negimaki, which combines thin beef slices with scallions in a teriyaki sauce ($5.95), and the kani salad, featuring shredded crabmeat, cucumber, and smelt roe ($5.95). A full-course dinner is available in specials such as the sumo: a parade of starters including an appetizer, soup, salad, noodles, and rice followed by a sizzling 14 oz. filet steak and then topped off with silky ice cream ($33.95).
For those who enjoy their seafood un-flamed, a full sushi bar features fresh maki and sashimi, as well as specials including the double spicy roll, a mix of spicy salmon and tempura flakes topped with spicy tuna ($10.95). Miyako also rouses tired tongues with a full-service bar, where Japanese wine and beer live in peaceful harmony with specialty cocktails such as the sake martini ($4.95). Hibachi-style dining encourages a lively atmosphere by making friends out of strangers and amicable hibachi grills, and since Miyako's spacious interior accommodates parties of up to 70 people, your chopsticks can make friends with your new friends' newly friended entrees.
This Groupon is valid for dine-in only.
TripAdvisors give Miyako an average of 3.5 owl eyes, and Yelpers give it an average of 3.5 stars. Four Citysearchers give the restaurant a 4.5-star average, and 79% of more than 70 Urbanspooners recommend it.
- The food is terrific and it is a great place to bring the kids. My 5 year old loves to try to catch the shrimp in his mouth that the chef tosses while he is cooking. – debnryan, TripAdvisor
- One of my favorite sushi places in the NOLA. Great service and unique dishes make Miyako and reasonable and fun place to dine out. – joyousoccasion, Citysearch
- Best hibachi steak I've ever had probably. – Kristin F., Yelp
1403 Saint Charles Ave.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130Get Directions