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Telephone
03-8927 4246
Opening Hours
Today
05:30 - 09:30
11:30 - 14:30
Mon - Sun
05:30 - 09:30
11:30 - 14:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://miyagijapaneserestaurant.com.my/
Signature Dishes
Beef Teriyaki California Maki Salmon Teppanyaki Sashimi Tei Tempua Chicken Yakinikujyu Tei
Review (1)
Level3 2015-10-06
557 views
Miyagi restaurant is located at Bandar Baru Bangi, and they only have selected operation hours. We came over for dinner but we came too early at 5.00 p.m. They opened for dinner around 6.00 pm, so we waited next door (another restaurant). When it opened, we were the first customer who came in and able to choose our seat freely  ( i heard it will usually be full during weekends).So when i was looking at the menu i was hinting my friend that the food are expensive (for their sushi). However, they suggested to take their set menu which is more reasonable.So we ordered sushi tofu set ( RM36) and chicken teppanyaki set with rice (i forgot the name in the menu) (less than RM40). So the food looks like this;-So when the food came, the smells is just so good that makes your tummy growling. So we started eating and the first one i tasted was the rice mixed with the chicken. The only word i can say was awesome. The sauce was not that salty like some other japanese restaurant that i went to. It was just soft and sweet but too much bean sprout. So 9 out of 10 for the teppanyaki chicken. For the sushi tofu set, the taste was 10 out of 10! the fish was so fresh and the most important thing is that it is not smelly. The soup for both set is the same and that one is good too plus with some fruits (all set will have fruits).For the best japanese dining experience, i can tell you that this is actually second on my list as this cannot compete with Kogetsu Japanese Restaurant at Shah Alam. But Miyagi is slightly cheaper than Kogetsu, so a plus for that!Overall: reasonable price, japanese environment, fresh sushi continue reading
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