We decided to go to Miya after reading the rating on Urbanspoon. When we got to the restaurant, it looked quait and chic, but after getting the menu, well, we were cofused. There was lots of "Vegetaraian sushi" with half page explanations of why they made that dish. My wife and I looked through the menu, wondering if there was something for us to eat. Well, we decided on a couple of the miscellaneous sushi plates with lots of different dishes with funky names.
What we ended up getting was tasteless fish on mushy gluten free rice, and a lot of vegetables in the same rice.
If you decide to go here, and you look at the menu and are as confused as we were, please just get up and go. Don't waste $100 like we did. Perhaps this is good for a Bohemian college aged crowd, but not for us.
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