We heard about Miura from the TV show "You Gotta Eat Here" on the Food Network, and knew from friends that this little restaurant has moved from Downtown to its current Main Street location. We visited during an early afternoon in the spring, and found the restaurant to be completely empty at the time, something fairly strange for a restaurant that was featured on a fairly high-profile TV show.
Maybe because the restaurant was just renovated, we found everything in it to be in pristine condition. Like many Japanese dining places, it was neat beyond belief - even the napkin dispensers on the tables were placed neatly at the exact same location from table to table. The restaurant was very clean, very bright, and had a very comfortable feel to it. Our baby was fussing at the time, and I could carry him to walk around, no problem.
My wife and I ordered two different waffles (or sandos, as they call them). They were made fresh after we ordered. We split our orders so we could each try half of each other's, and both tasted fantastic. My wife's Banana Caramel Sando and my Teri-Vani Sando were both hot and tasty.
The service, like that in most Japanese restaurants in town, was fantastic. The waitress/cashier was very courteous and friendly, and treated us with respect. It gave us a much-needed relaxing break from a very tiring day.
The sandos at Miura are not the cheapest, but I am pretty sure we will come back to visit another time to try out its savory sandos (the non-sweet types).
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