Miyako at Andaz 1

Andaz Hotel, 40 Liverpool Street , London, EC2M 7QN

020 7618 7100

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SquareMeal Review of Miyako at Andaz

Although it’s part of the sprawling Andaz hotel complex next to Liverpool Street station, “high-quality” Miyako doesn’t feel corporate with its clean lines, dark-wood furniture and air of calm efficiency. City workers occupy the tiny room’s “closely packed” tables at lunchtime, attracted by a dozen sorts of sashimi, as well as nigiri sushi, maki rolls and the ever-popular inside-out rolls. There’s also a large choice of bento boxes, including tonkatsu or salmon teriyaki, each served with sashimi, miso soup, rice, fruit and accompaniments – nothing too extreme or outré, but decent stuff at pretty fair prices. During the post-lunch lull, Miyako also offers afternoon tea with sweet Japanese delicacies. The wine list is limited to just seven labels, so go native and choose one of the excellent chilled or hot sakés – or a bottle of Japanese beer.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Liverpool Street Tube Station 94m

Liverpool Street Station 506m

Address

Address: Andaz Hotel, 40 Liverpool Street , London EC2M 7QN

Area: Moorgate Liverpool Street

Opening times

Mon-Fri 12N-2.30pm Mon-Fri 6-10.30pm

Nearby Landmarks

Liverpool Street 94m

Carpenters' Hall 338m

Details

Telephone: 020 7618 7100

Website:

Cuisine: Japanese Sushi

8.0

Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 7.0

Atmosphere: 6.0

Value: 7.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

London Gourmet platinum reviewer 26 January 2013

Very good japanese food at this restaurant outlay within the Andaz hotel. Doesn't feel like your normal hotel offering as most people won't notice it belongs to the hotel (unless you wander off to go to the restrooms …). Tiny place with closely packed tables so not the place to go for a romantic intimate dinner but for a high-quality japanese meal. Menu is fairly straight forward and classic food (no modern twists like Nobu, Zuma etc) but also fairly good value-for-money