Elegant Japanese cuisine is the perfect match for a hotel as luxurious as the Beau-Rivage Palace. The extremely trendy Miyako restaurant serves a ...
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Great wine choices by the glass and great atmosphere once the lights go down. Our server was wonderful once we asked to moved tables. We were one of the first but were placed by a stifling humid table by the server station where there was a distinct fish/seafood market smell. The next couple who was sat there stayed very little time. Servers don't know much about wine and glassware leaves something to be desired for the wines served - 1er cru pinot noir in a standard all around wine glass etc. The umbrella outside is covered with mold on the interior side and not great to look at for the meal. The food is very good and the portions are good, except for the sashimi. The sashimi has very little taste and is cut insanely thin - not a good value. The rolls, temaki and nigiri are superb. I would say the temaki and nigiri are the best value. For sashimi they need to increase portions or decrease prices. The types of fish are very good though and no shrimp or surimi or egg (tamago) to be seen. Very nice entrees. They need to reconsider opening up the area around The BAR as we had hotel patrons constantly walking through dinner service at Miyako looking for a way to exit the hotel. All around nice place, good meal, quite expensive with service a bit lacking. Good but not great (level of 4 star not a 5 star hotel).
Always great service, amazing food... great teppanyaki chefs... pricey... but worth it.
Excellente cuisine - tres grand raffinement
Excellent service, good food
Perfect! I booked the menu for Restaurant Week and it was really good. The items on the different menu choices were extensive. The restaurant also remember the birthday comment I put in when I booked through the app. Managed to impress my fiancée. Service was excellent, friendly and attentive.
Very good food but service is really average for a 5 stars restaurant
Very nice and quiet place near the lake. They prepared one of the best Maki I've ever tasted. I really enjoyed my visit to Miyako!
Very good Japanese restaurant in Lausanne, with a large selection of sushi, maki and sashimi. I truly recommend the main courses ( Pata Negra pork and Black Angus beef) are really delicious.
Expensive. but totally worth it ! Would recommend especially fir lunch when it's sunny, to enjoy the incredible view on the terrasse.
Perfect food! Very good quality, really nice place.
Good food, I had the lobster teppanyaki, which is served with a cup of miso soup and vegetables. Drinks are way too expensive (8 CHF for half a bottle of water, 11 CHF for a small glass of wine - 1 dl).
Déjeuner : de 11h30 à 14h30 (sauf dimanche)
Dîner : de 18h30 à 23h (sauf dimanche)
Place du Port 17, 1006, Lausanne, Switzerland, RestaurantAddress
IMMERSION AU JAPON - La décoration élégante et classieuse du restaurant japonais le Miyako s’intègre parfaitement avec le luxe du Palace Le Beau-Rivage de Lausanne qui l’accueille. Venez passer un instant « asiatique ment » savoureux dans cet endroit où la touche graphique des murs se retrouve dans les assiettes au dressage minimaliste, léger et esthétique.
SUSHI OR NOT SUSHI ? - La belle carte de sushi laisse également de la place à une aussi belle sélection de sashimi tels que ceux aux oursins, thons et saumon. Quatre menus très complets sont également proposés avec une touche sucrée pour terminer comme la glace et autre carpaccio d’ananas, tous deux infusés au thé vert.
LA RECHERCHE DU FRAIS - Les plats de poissons sont travaillés à la commande et selon l’arrivage du moment, signe d’une constante recherche du frais et donc du vrai.
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