While living in New York, I acquired something of a sushi habit. I liked to have it delivered with my Thursday or Sunday evening television. I don’t think there’s delivery here, but I noticed Miyako Sushi when I was wandering through the Galeria Krakowska (there is another location somewhere, I hear). Since it looked clean and nice, I decided to overcome my fear of raw fish in a largely landlocked country and give it a try.
Well, it wasn’t bad at all! I was pleasantly surprised, in fact. The menu was quite expansive, and there was a decent selection of green teas. One thing that I found unusual is that the menu is a sort of create-your-own – you pick the fish and filling. Each table has some wasabi peas as a starter on the house (yay!) – a pleasant surprise for me. I ordered the uramaki special with salmon and avocado, a handroll, and (I think) some sort of rainbow roll. It was all good – not close to the best sushi I’ve ever had, but certainly not the worst, and it definitely relieved my sushi craving. The only major drawback was the prices – not cheap at all, by Krakow standards. In fact, they were comparable to what you’d pay at a suburban sushi place in the U.S. This means that Miyako will be an occasional luxury for me.
Monday-Saturday 12:00-22:00, Sunday 10:00-21:00
Prices not cheap 😉