Miyako, which uses up to 1500 Japanese ingredients in a year, has a diverse sushi bar serving shake (salmon), tako (octopus), ika (squid) and Californian inside out, and more. Over at the à la carte section, sukiyaki and shabu shabu are served on the grill at your table, while Japanese cuisine’s most attention-grabbing teppenyaki, is cooked on the grilltops on central tables which seat up to 6 people. The dishes in this section are mostly made up of seafood, meat and chicken. Miyako, which is divided into divisions for à la carte, Teppenyaki, Tempura, Sushi and Tatami, also serves some Chinese cuisine including dumplings and spring rolls, spicy and sour soup, beef with green pepper, noodles with beef, and green tea. Undoubtedly one of the best Far East restaurants in Istanbul.
Swissôtel, Bayıldım Caddesi 2
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 19.00-23.30.|