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A San Francisco Girl's Down and Dirty Adventures in the Culinary Playground

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish (Miyabi -- San Francisco, CA)

**UPDATE 2/22/09: I haven't been to Miyabi in years, so I can't make any promises about how good they are today...**

Tonight we had ourselves a little sushi goodness from Miyabi. Miyabi is on Church St. near Market and it is super yummy. In addition to the great sushi they've got other Japanese delights.

Top three reasons to eat at Miyabi:

1) It's pretty damn good

2) It's relatively cheap -- in a "good value for your money" kind of way and not a "let's just drown it in wasabi" kind of way. The lunch deals are an especially good deal.

3) They are open until 1:00 a.m.

Jon loves their spicy tuna salad. If you sit at the sushi bar, you can ask to get it extra spicy. There are specials on the board, like the Cali Flower Roll which is a California roll wrapped with spicy tuna and seaweed salad in the middle. All the sushi is good (the salmon especially); in fact, I've never had anything not good there and we've been going there for about five years. It's a great place to go with a large group...they even have a private room in the back if you want to have an all out party.

The staff couldn't be nicer. Once they get to know you they'll give you little treats like edamame or mochi from time to time. Yay for free things!

So for the love of whomever you believe in, ditch crappy No Name Sushi down the street. Save yourself the food poisoning and give Miyabi a little love!


"To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art."
--La Rochefoucauld


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once I saw a roach craw over a roll there. I haven't been back since. I used to eat there all the time.

3/25/2006 6:28 PM  

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