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Telephone
04-229 8702
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Restaurant Website
http://www.miraku-restaurant.com/Restaurant.html
Above information is for reference only. Please check details with the restaurant.
Signature Dishes
Fugu Karage Hiyashi Tanuki Udon Set Miraku Bento Set Namanori Tamgo Salmon Fried Rice Sashimi & Unagi Set
Review (4)
Atmosphere: Dim lights and soft murmuring of guests welcomed us as we were being directed to our table. The sense of privacy was ruined a little when music started playing at an distracting volume .Service: Lovely service. The friendly head waiter was quick to accommodate us when we needed seating rearrangement. Furthermore, he acted swiftly when some dust was found in one of our sake by apologizing and treating us to one glass on the house (that one didn't taste as good, but I sure appreciate the professionalism ).Food: The best dishes, in my opinion, would be the sashimi. Both the Toro and Salmon bellies were fresh and scrumptious (I really like their Wasabi, too). I don't often eat tuna but I enjoyed this one. Unfortunately, the tempura and deep fried whitebait were rather disappointing. Both were lacking the crispy texture that one would expect, especially the whitebait, which didn't turn out to be such a suitable appetizer to my sake. In addition, the strong air conditioner 🥶 could have caused both hot dishes to lose heat and firmness at a faster pace.Lastly, the PORTION. Most of the dishes came in these surprisingly small portions. The dicecut steak were just tidbits, yet they were delicious. We were told that the Sukiyaki was a two-person portion, but it might have been just an appetizer for a growing teenager. Again we come back to the deep fried whitebait. Unlike the one shown on the menu, those little fish were just a small mere amount, just scattered flatly on the dish. If they had had used a smaller plate or stacked the fish higher, I wouldn't have noticed the difference 🤣).Overall: I think this will be a pleasant place for first dates and anniversary dinners for couples or even those who seek for a quiet evening alone. The portions are just right for elderly couples or ones who like to try various dishes. Lastly, I sincerely hope they work on the appetizers to go with sake 😅. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2015-07-09
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We dinned in during Saturday night around 830pm without prior booking. There wasn’t much crowded and we first great by their supervisor which lead us to seat. We choose a sideway table which could be able to cater 4 people. We were overwhelming by the nice fragrance of the interior’s environment.P/S: Personal Two cents: The price of dishes is slightly high in term of value worth for money. The food is of average and perhaps i expect something *surprising* my taste buds. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-25
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Miraku Japanese Restaurant is a restaurant which is serving a wide range of Japanese cuisines.Lettuce wrapped asparagus tuna cucumberThis dish is the lettuce wrapped asparagus tuna cucumber. It is a quite healthy one to be eaten. Everything was fresh. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-09
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Miraku Japanese Restaurant serves fresh and authentic Japanese cuisine in Penang. It is located in G Hotel, Persiaran Gurney, Georgetown. This is a great place for hangout.Fresh sashimi platterSashimi is one of my favourite Japanese must eat dish whenever I visit a Japanese restaurant. This sashimi platter uses fresh salmon and yellowfin tuna. Some prefer to eat sashimi without any sauce but I prefer to dip sashimi with some Japanese light soy sauce and wasabi. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)