We had been in Seattle most of our trip and went down to tacoma to visit friends. Looked for a good Japanese restaurant since we had not had any sushi on the trip yet. Looked up local spots online and low and behold Miyabi showed...More
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Three generations trying something new. We all found something to our liking. Waitress Stephanie was very helpful and knowledgeable. If we are ever back this way we will come here again. Kids bento box comes in a dish shaped like a Boeing 747.
Decided to check out this place on a whim, and I'm glad we did. We were seated quickly, and the server brought us our drinks right away, as well as some complimentary edamame. We ordered some miso soup, chicken skewers, sake marinated black cod, and...More
I came in with one other person and our server forgot a spoon for my date's soup. Not a big deal, but he had to wait about 10 minutes to get one. Then when our food was delivered, his entree came out 15 minutes earlier...More
It's difficult when a beloved place changes owners - it could infuse new life in a place or take it down. Unfortunately, the new owners of Miyabi seem to be new to the restaurant business and are committing some serious newbie mistakes - like placing...More
I travel a lot on business worldwide and whenever possible I search out the best sushi restaurants in every city I travel to. Miyabi of Tacoma is the real deal. I've eaten sushi in all the top sushi cities: Tokyo, Los Angeles, Seattle, Hong Kong,...More
Nice Atmosphere, great food. Very impressed with the Rainier roll. Staff was great and was a nice place to stop for lunch.
The mature atmosphere, music, lighting, and wine all lend to a very relaxing experience. The highlight, of course, being the Sushi. The tuna is amazing, and the Mt Rainier roll is beautiful as well as delicious. Sit at the Sushi Bar for an up close...More
There are three Miyabi restaurants located throughout the Puget Sound. We are very fortunate to have them. They took over the old Kabuki Restaurant after Joe Kosai, a leader in Tacoma's Japanese American community, passed away. He would be happy Miyabi in carrying on in...More