Miyabi Japanese Steak House
1990 Skibo Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28314
Phone: (910) 864-7127
Miyabi Kyoto Japanese Steak & Seafood House
Miyabi Kyoto Japanese Steak
Miyabi Japanese Steak & Seafood House
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: No
Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Sushi, Steakhouse, Seafood
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
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Waiting almost an hour when we was told 20 minutes and other group where called before us. Then when food started coming out I was as eating my salad and got to the bottom of it and took a bite and spit out a piece of chewed up gum that was mixed in my salad... ���� Talk about disgusted!! I will never go here again. All they could do was offer my meal be free.
WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE! We tried to eat at sushi bar and waited 45 min while employees walked by w NO achnowledghment... 4 dirty areas and trying to get anyone's attention... eventually we had to just leave. This was our second experience there for and for being such a high end place we were extremely disappointed - and I have spent years working as a waitress and bartender. We are locals and will not be returning - and we will be warning our friends of the bad customer service. To top it off the hostess was chewing gum in the customer's faces... just unacceptable.
It wasnt exactly to my wifes liking because of the food in the seats and the soy sauce tasted "old" on her food. She really doesnt like to complain about anything but she picked through it and so she ate what she could but she became sick on the way home. She honestly thought it was her tastebuds but so embarrassed. We may give it another chance someday...just not anytime soon.
01/01/2012Provided by Citysearch -
After reading many reviews, I was worried this place was ONLY about the waterfall in the entrance. After my visit I am pleased to say that this is NOT true. Yeah, the place is gorgeous (and HUGE!) but the food and service was amazing! I've been to a lot of hibachi places before, but our cook managed to have many jokes and tricks I had not seen before. Our server was also polite, friendly and attentive. Ribeye dinner was AMAZING.
03/24/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I really liked this place. Immediate attention, great service, great food, and the portions will not possibly leave anyone hungry! I was a bit jealous that the chef that served us was not as entertaining as others in the place, but she was very attentive to what we wanted and was very friendly. The sashimi and sushi were delicious. Anyone who has been there can attest to the portions....if you are on a budget, enjoy the place and share a meal; you may still have to get a take-home box. Will definitely recommend it to all my friends.
02/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have been dining at this restaurant for over a year now and it is one of my favorite places to go. My company has booked group dinners here with minimal effort. The staff is accomodating. As with previous postings on this site, you have no control over the types of people who may sit with you to dine, but you do have a right to mention the chef's behavior to the management who will deal with the employee immediately. I do like the fact that you can request to the chef that slight changes be made to the use and amount of certain products to prepare the food. I have seen the chef separate portions of foods to accomodate the customer. All in all, I believe it is a great place to dine.
This is a great place to eat dinner, especially for special occasions. The ambiance is fantastic; there is a waterfall at the entrance, a lounge area, and a gorgeous starry ceiling. Definitely make reservations a few days ahead of time if you want to get the full hibachi experience. If you're just wanting sushi, you can usually walk right in and sit down. The only downside is that you can't get anything from the hibachi side when you're eating at the sushi bar. The food here is always tasty, and the service is good.
07/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Although the sign up front says ""appropriate dress required"" one might wonder what that dress might be as most of the patrons on the night we went were in T-shirts and shorts. The overall decor in the waiting area gives the feel of a up-scale wine or cigar bar, but the regular flow of what I would consider under-dressed patrons detracted from the allure. Seating times were what you'd expect on a weekend night, and drinks were reasonable. Dinner itself is the standard teppanyaki-fare and the prices range from mid 10's to upper 20's. We were a little put-off by some of the off-color remarks that our chef made throughout the evening, and I was particularly offended when he decided to repeatedly swat a decidedly large portion of rice as if to simulate spanking what I could only infer to be a woman's behind. This decidedly crude act along with a few of his more crass remarks to the waitress made it hard for me to treat the evening as a romantic or even family dinner, and more as a mix of ""Chappelle's Show"" reruns and Food Network programming. The food itself was enjoyable but certainly not gourmet, rice tended towards over doneness and the chicken's natural flavors were overshadowed by the excess of sauces used to cook (and I daresay salinate) the chicken, although most asian cuisine in the US is forced to loose it's natural subtlety to adjust to typically more bold American tastes, so I was not surprised in that respect. Overall, we felt like we were jumping into a meat grinder of sorts as soon as we sat down. Waitresses were polite but curt, the other chefs seemed to handle themselves with more decorum than our chef, although to be fair everyone at our table seemed to enjoy his humor more than I.
Bottom line: If you've got a large wallet and and can't get enough Benihana-style ""pack 'em in and push 'em out"" style eating; this is your place. Otherwise, there are better selections; which is dissapointing when you consider the amount of potential Miyabi has.