The menu items are on the pricier side so good for a special occasion. It is not a place to stuff yourself with cheap, bland sushi like at a buffet; eating at Miku was definitely a dining experience where I could savour and appreciated every flavour. Next time, I will get a seat at the sushi bar so that I can watch the chefs in action. The server was very knowledgeable about all the menu items and made great suggestions. Staff is very friendly and all seem to be passionate about the food there.
By the way, tea is $2 per person. We didn't order dessert but the server highly recommended the dessert menu and suggested we come again and just order dessert.
Servings are small but delicious. For two people we ordered these 4 items:
Aburi Tuna - Masatake sauce is garlic, onions in sesame oil. The tuna is rolled around slivers of bell pepper and more onions! Don't order this if you do not like onions! I ended up eating most of this tuna while my boyfriend picked off all the onions. I liked it, but probably wouldn't order it again as there were more unique dishes.
Sable fish Saikoyoyaki- The fish melts in your mouth. Very good, only big enough to share between 2 people. My boyfriend would order it again just for himself.
Premium Aburi Sushi - A plate of 7 pieces of sushi, each piece is a different fish/seafood and sauce garnish. Next time we will order two plates so that we don't have to share each piece of sushi! My favourite was the scallops, but they were all good.
Aburi Salmon Oshi sushi - Aburi means they blowtorch the fish throught a piece of charcoal. This is their most popular item and I can see why. The salmon almost has like a bbq and open flame grilled flavour to it. A very interesting cooking technique. The salmon is on rice and drizzled lightly with the Miku sauce.