As I’m clicking my heels (I don’t wear high heels before some of you jump to conclusions) I’m saying to myself “There’s no place like a Burger Joint.” Since I can’t live by Burger alone (I guess I could but…) , I will occasionally attempt to eat at establishments that don’t have a Burger in sight. Miyako is a Sushi place which is problem number one since I don’t eat Sushi. So how did I end up here?
My parents brought me some Fried Rice (Fried rice in a Japanese place? I thought it was exclusive to Chinese places) a few weeks ago and I was left speechless by how good it was. Whenever I order Fried Rice, I always go the Vegetable Fried Rice route. This Fried Rice had no Meat and/or Seafood in sight. It really was the Best Fried Rice I’ve ever had.
My parents decide they’re heading out to Miyako and I tag along to see what else I may be able to consume. They both get Miso Soup, I’m not a fan of it since it reminds me of Karate Kid II.
While they’re downing their soup, our Shrimp Tempura appetizer shows up. Besides the 2 long breaded Shrimp there are some Vegetables as well as Sweet Potato type Fries, not too shabby.
I order the Chicken Katsu. Chicken Katsu is boneless, breaded and then fried Chicken. So I played it safe but there was nothing I was willing to go out on a limb and try, so sorry. I also ask for a Spicy Mustard and before you know it, I’m crying.
My mom orders the Salmon Crunch! She apparently really loves this thing because before I could even get a picture, about half of it is gone. My dad orders the Volcano Roll, I guess the deal with this is that it’s spicy.
The one last item I ordered was the Fried Rice, that’s a double order in the picture.
I still can’t get over how good that Fried Rice is. Our waitress ends up being pretty funny, and she’s not Japanese but Chinese. The person serving us our drinks was Cuban and the manager I believe is Nicaraguan. So, not all things are as they appear except for the Fried Rice.
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