220 W 13th St, New York, NY | Directions 1001140.738295 -74.001409
A Favorite – Myagi is one of my favorite restaurants in the City; the place the negative reviews describe sound like they were somewhere else. I've never had bad service and the fish is fresh and delicious. Their tuna tartar appetizer is to die for.
Blah – The service was the only thing good about this restaurant. It's boring on the inside, and our sushi was pretty below average... the tuna was soggy and the other rolls had no flavor. I definitely wouldn't go back.
A cozy, inexpensive sushi spot in a neighborhood that's short on quality, affordable restaurants. – In Short
The tiny interior rests upon the well-worn wood floors of a small storefront. Tables are small and tightly spaced, with green faux-granite tops. Count on fresh, fairly priced cuts of fish that represent a good value, even if portions are a bit on the small side. Miso soup and small salads are presented in charming wooden bowls, while steaming-hot sake arrives in an attractive ceramic pouring vessel.
Don't bother... – Just moved to the neighborhood and we've been trying all the West Village Sushi restaurants. If you don't mind pre-sliced low quality fish, unfriendly staff and a sushi chef that looks like he is miserable then this is your place. Price and quality of fish alone will keep us from making a return visit. Wasn't going to share but I feel obligated...while sitting at the sushi bar dining we watched the chef accidentally drop a piece of Unagi on the floor and upon retrieving it from the floor proceed to use the piece in the delivery order he was preparing. No thanks!!!
Good neighborhood spot – Miyagi is my sushi restaurant of choice in the Village; it's never insanely crowded, the service is very sweet (I've never experienced any of the "nastiness" described in prior reviews), and the tabs are small. Unfortunately, so are the pieces of sashimi and sushi, sometimes; on the other hand, it's all delicious and fresh, and you won't leave stuffed. I've yet to have a bad or indifferent meal here; nothing will knock your socks off, but you're guaranteed a good, swimmingly fresh time.
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