Miyako Review

The stylish and very trendy Andaz London hotel is home to a few restaurants, catering to the needs of their customers from all over the world with a variety of different delicious dishes on offer. Being a big fan of Japanese food it was no surprise that I choose Japanese restaurant Miyako to dine in.

Inside you are greeted with a modern and minimalistic setting, wooden tables and chairs with a comfy sofa, stretching from wall to wall. Once seated we ordered the sake trio, because lets face it, there is no better way to start a Japanese meal!

Its the type of place where you order, and the dishes are delivered when they are cooked, so we ordered a few small dishes of edamame, vegetable tempura and sushi with the bento boxes being the main dish.

I ordered the Salmon teriyaki bento box, which comes in a very generous size box, filled with salmon teriyaki, rice, salad, shashmi and fruit with miso soup on the side. (We ordered the shashmi separately which came in the Bento box). The salmon was slightly crispy on the outside and and soft and flavoursome on the inside, just how I like it!

If you order this box, come hungry, as it comes packed with food, a pleasant surprise and and at £24.00 it’s reasonably priced.

Miyako, uses fresh ingredients and it tasted very authentic, you can see they pride themselves on fresh and flavoursome ingredients to create authentic Japanese dishes. I was throughly impressed and so was my dinning partner who ordered the vegetarian bento box.

Admittedly we ordered way too much food, so when it came to dessert we just ordered matcha lattes, which finished off the meal perfectly.

Fancy a boozy dinning experience? I’ve been told the bottomless Japanese late lunch is a real treat!


Address: Andaz London, 40 Liverpool St, London EC2M 7QN

Written by Nyla S.