Miyako launches two new exciting menus

Miyako, the intimate and authentic Japanese restaurant housed in the five-star lifestyle hotel, Andaz London Liverpool Street in the heart of East London, has launched not one but two new dining experiences: a weekend brunch featuring bottomless genmaicha tea and a bespoke Champagne and sushi menu.

The new offering is available at both Miyako and The Parlour, the plush lounge at Rake’s Café Bar, also located inside Andaz London Liverpool Street. Created by Miyako’s Japanese Head Chef, Kosei Sakamoto, the menus focus on fresh, simple, authentic dishes. Sakamoto works closely with local suppliers to hand-pick high-quality and ethically sourced fish, creating dishes made fresh by hand every day.

Miyako Champagne Menu

Miyako has launched an elegant Champagne and sushi menu, which is available at the restaurant and in Rake’s Parlour. Guests are able to enjoy a sophisticated assortment of freshly handmade sushi, served alongside perfectly chilled Champagne.

The sushi on offer here is absolutely exquisite. The fantastic menu includes a selection of Nigiri, Sashimi, Maki and Uramaki sushi, as well some of Miyako’s specials. The special Nigiri mix features salmon, Maguro, Ebi and Suzuki – all of which are superb and pleasant on the eye. The Tekkamaki Roll is made with tuna or salmon. Order one each for the table. Honestly you will not be disappointed. If you really must only choose one, go for the tuna. It’s got a wonderful little kick to it.

The tempura shrimp and avocado is just lovely, while the Miyako Roll with crumbs, shrimp and spicy sauce is simply excellent.

The menu is available Tuesday to Saturday from 12.00pm to 3pm and 5pm to 10pm. Guests will be able to pair their sushi with a bottle of Champagne from a selection of luxury brands including:

  • Bollinger
  • Gosset
  • Louis Rodered
  • Moet & Chandon
  • Pol Roger
  • Veuve Cliquot

The Champagne and sushi menu at Rake’s Parlour is the perfect choice for a catchup post-work with friends, a celebratory occasion or as the ultimate date night.

Miyako’s Weekend Brunch

Designed to take guests on an authentic Japanese culinary journey, Miyako’s ultimate weekend brunch features a range of traditional dishes from Salmon Teriyaki to Yakimeshi, Maki Rolls and Gyozas.

Available Friday and Saturday from 12.00pm – 3.00pm at both Miyako and The Parlour, and priced at £35.00 per person, guests will be able to choose a main dish, two sides, two Japanese inspired cocktails and unlimited servings of genmaicha tea – a Japanese brown rice green tea.

Main dishes include:

  • Salmon or Chicken Teriyaki
  • Yaseai Tempura
  • Yakimeshi, Egg Fried Rice with Noodles
  • Chicken Karaage, Crispy Leg with Ginger, Garlic & Soy

 Side plates include:

  • Vegetable, Salmon or Tuna Maki Rolls (six pieces)
  • Vegetable, Pork or Prawn Gyozas (six pieces)

Alongside their brunch plate, guests can opt for two cocktails, selecting from an innovative Matcha Margarita or a refreshing Momo Fizz, or they can add a bottle of Shirakabegura Mio – a sparkling sake for an additional £15.00.

The Miyako Experience

Miyako originally launched in 2000 and its all-day dining menu focuses on fresh, simple yet authentic dishes. The menu includes plates such as Miyako’s signature Hotpot with Kaisen Yosenabe, Prawns, Scallops, Blue Crab and Vegetables, a selection of Nigiri & Maki Sushi pieces, Noodles and Curries and its Donburi Bowl, featuring Steam Rice topped with Chicken Teriyaki or Steam Rice topped with Prawn or Vegetable Tempura.

Desserts feature a selection of Mochi Balls with varieties including Green Tea, Chocolate and Coconut, and a Fluffy Traditional Japanese Cheesecake with Seasonal Berries.

The menu has been designed to eat in or takeaway. Open five days a week Tuesday-Saturday from 12.00pm to 3.00pm for lunch, and from 5:00pm to 10.00pm for dinner, Miyako is the perfect place for a leisurely lunch with friends or a corporate business meeting in a relaxed social dining space.

To find out more visit www.hyattrestaurants.com/en/dining/uk/london/japanese-restaurant-in-city-of-london-miyako