Fresh salads, fish, and tasty sushi. Call in advance to secure a seat because this place is always packed. The service is great and miyako now offers more healthy choices.
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As always a great place to visit. Full Buffets are during lunch time. However on Saturdays evenings buffet is offered. Staff are polite and friendly. Miyako is inside the Saipan Hyatt Regency located in Garapan next to the American Memorial Park. $42.00 per person but with the quality of food to include fresh tuna sashimi and a wide variety of... More
Came in for the lunch buffet and the food was great as usual. Service is always good although today, was a bit slow. I always liked that the quality of the food especially the sushi is top notch compared to other hotel restaurants on the island. Will definitely come back!
We are long time customers of the Miyako and have seen its ups and downs. Recently, it has been in a tale spin. Today we went to the buffet at noon, which we often have gone to. The food was not up to its former standards. The tuna was freshly thawed and had too much water in it and it... More
We are regular customers to the Miyako, but have not been since January. This was a Tokyo restaurant in Saipan. However, something has happened. The food is still great, but the level of service has taken a nose dive (the food keeps the restaurant at 3 stars). Pleasant enough, but without any clue of service. Serve from the left, take... More
We visit the Miyako whenever we can. This is Japanese restaurant that out shines others in Saipan. The noon buffet and especially the Saturday night buffet cannot be beat. I shudder to think what the same meal would cost me in Tokyo. Even with a change in staff (they are still in training) the service is very good. P.S. If... More
This is undoubtedly the premier Japanese restaurant on Saipan, but get ready to pay for it, it isn't cheap. If you want a 5 star Japanese meal on Saipan, this is definitely the place.
I took my husband out last night for his 40th Birthday dinner. I wanted a relaxing tasty dinner, but mostly what we got was overly sweet food, fish that was lukewarm at best and THE FAMILY that somehow seems to appear every time we are trying to have a relaxing time at the Hyatt. The children in this family are... More
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