I'll be going back!.
After reading mixed reviews on EVERY sushi place in Nashville, I decided to give Miyako a try..... and I'll be going back there for sure!
I ordered the Dynamite Roll (Spicy Tuna) & the Amaebi (Sweet Shrimp). Both were fantastic!!! The price was also within my budget.
The restaurant was clean, the service was quick & friendly.
Overall, I would say it was probably the best sushi I've personally had in Nashville. (Although there are still a few places I haven't been to yet; But so far, Miyako is tops.)
By the way, if you get the Amaebi, be sure to ask them to fry the shrimp heads that come with it! (Those alone were worth dealing with Brentwood traffic at lunch time.)
I would absolutely recommend Miyako based on the experience I had.
The Best In Town. Some people say Peter's sushi is the best. I agree, but that was 3 years ago. NOw Peters sushi is terrible, i dont know what happened. Fortunately, Miyako is getting better. So the best place to go for sushi in Bentwood is Miyako.
Regarding the review below me...I've been to Peter's Thai and Sushi and Miyako is a billion times better in my opinion so I think they're doing OK without him! I would not go back to Peter's. Not to mention you get way more food for your money at Miyako than Peter's or any other sushi place you go to which is always good when you're obsessed with sushi like us :)
Miyako is always fast, efficient, and consistantly the same (wonderful!) Everyone there is friendly and always takes care of us and the owners even know is by now b/c we go so much and eat so much sushi.
Best spider roll ever! Husband and Wife, Fuji, Shrimp Tempura, Hawaiian roles are all wonderful too. I've never met one I didn't like there.
Used to be good.... My family used to frequent Miyako when we first moved to town 15 years ago. But it hasn't been the same since their head sushi chef Peter left. Luckily Peter now owns his own place just around the corner from Miyako that has better sushi and atmosphere.
amazing sushi, easy to get into, good hours, great prices. Truely the best sushi in Nashville! My boyfriend and I go at least once every two weeks. They seat us right away, and soup and salad are included when you order more than 3 rolls of sushi. We crave the Fuji roll, its incredible!! The price is right too!!
The best sushi. We have been going to this sushi place since I moved here 3 years ago. It is so good, I crave it! The husband and wife roll is our favorite. It is several different fish in a huge lightly battered roll. It even comes with it's own sauce! But don't misunderstand, this isn't one of those sushi places where they only have one good roll! All of their rolls are great! If you haven't been, you have to try it!
Our go-to sushi restaurant!. We live about 15 minutes from this place and pass 3 or 4 other sushi places on our way, but you can't beat Miyako! They always seat us right away and are USUALLY pretty good about being prompt with their service. The only downfall I can even think of is they don't have any liquor- only beer and wine- and they don't have a crawfish roll. But other than that, it is the best in town!
Great Sushi and Service. I have been going to Miyakos for a couple years now and it has been consistently delicious! You must try the Fuji Roll! Service is great and they have great lunch specials.
Best Sushi in Nashville!. My fiance and I moved from Michigan and knew we were going to miss our favorite sushi place. Well...we found an even better one here! we could eat Miyako daily! They have the best sushi and everything is always fast, consistant and yummy. The husband and wife roll is our favorite and is a must order. California rolls are great, Fuji roll is amazing! Definitely go here if you're looking for the best sushi!
Popular sushi restaurant offers authentic food at affordable prices..
The interior of this suburban restaurant invites relaxation with its warm pinewood paneling and the soft glow of red and yellow Japanese lanterns. A bright blue aquarium by the door is home to a variety of colorful tropical fish. Behind the usually crowded sushi bar, the sushi chef artfully slices sashimi and builds rolls. The Tennessee roll--bite-sized yellowtail with green onion--is a favorite.
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