Miyako serves sushi, teppan grill and likely some other things we didn't pay attention to. We were surprised that they weren't seating people on the patio, since it was a pretty late spring day, but they accommodated us on the patio anyway. Service was average; food better than service. Maybe it was the extra few steps out the door, or maybe it was the large corporate group at the yeppanyaki grills that had everyone's attention.
It would be worth a second try, just to see if our experience was not the norm.
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