Food is very expensive, mediocre and the staff are incredibly rude. Thankfully there are much better Japanese options in London.
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Simply outstanding. The best tactic is to book to sit at the sushi bar upstairs, and then you can watch the chef prepare your dishes in front of you with fastidious perfection. A splendid range of classic sushi, nigiri and sashimi along with some more...More
Sit at the counter! I have previously declared another restaurant in London the best sushi in London. This place has overtaken the other. Since I travel to Japan twice a year, I had given up on good sushi in London. Look no further than Miyama...More
We had the 3 course set lunch and chose: tofu, sashimi, salmon teriyaki and pork. All were wonderful. The 3rd course of ice cream was a big let-down, flavourless and icicles in the ice cream. The miso soup that accompanied the meal was wonderful. We...More
Since my son worked and lived in Tokyo for a year, I had the opportunity to explore Japan. I have come to love Japanese food. My son booked Miyama for lunch for two. When we arrived the hostess went into a tailspin. She could barely...More
A great choice, close to St Paul cathedral, in a small street. The food was delicious, friendly service and a nice atmosphere, many Asian customers! We will come back!
Quite difficult to find this restaurant - it's actually on Knightrider Street just off Godliman Street Prawns and Steak Teppanyaki is my favourite I also love to take hot sake with my meal Great food and a great place to dine
Seems like the lesser known Miyama, but serves great japanese food as well!. Absolutely loved their tempura and dobin mushi soup!
On the day of my visit I'd actually double-booked myself, and co-incidentally both of my guests had, independently, suggested this restaurant. Location, food (quality, selection and portion size), and pricing all good, only minor gripes would be that the tables are very close together (not...More