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About Miyama Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar
In Japan, the word Miyama means 'beautiful mountain'. Here in Colorado, it translates into a memorable dining experience in a striking aura of Japanese tradition and decor. The ambience is stepped in history-everywhere you look, you will see rare Japanese antiques and artifacts, including 200 year-old Samurai armor and priceless Japanese 'Tansu' chests. The traditional element of Miyama's decor and cuisine is further enhanced by servers wearing brilliantly colored Kimonos. Whether, you enjoy world class sushi in the Sushi Bar and Lounge; or, prefer dining on premium steak and seafood while being entertained by the Teppan Chef at one of the sixteen 'habachi'tables, Miyama guarantees a memorable dining experience for the entire family, where children are welcomed with a special kids menu and private dining rooms are available for special occasions. **Please note that you are booking for Teppan seats. Please contact the restaurant directly for Sushi reservations**
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Japanese, Sushi, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:00am -2:00pm,
Saturday: Lunch 12:00 -4:00pm
Sunday : Lunch 12:00 - 4:00pm
Park Meadows Drive and Yosemite
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
When you dine at our teppanyaki tables our chefs will regale you with a variety of tricks, pyrotechnics, and witty repertoire. All of this while they prepare world class cuisine right before your eyes.
Miyama's fresh sushi and appetizer platters are sure to be a hit at your next gathering. We have a number of different pre-set options or customize your own. Please call for details.
Private Party Facilities:
Miyama of Colorado will work with you to provide the perfect private party environment to suit your needs. In fact, Miyama was recently voted the number one restaurant for groups by Open Table customers. We have two private rooms that will seat up to 18 adults comfortably. We also have two larger rooms that can accommodate up to 60 people each. Set menus are also available.
Private Party Contact:
Conni or Chris: (303) 706-1777
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Miyama Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar Ratings and Reviews
We had a wonderful Thursday night birthday celebration at Miyama for our son. Vivian the hostess was so kind and wished him a happy birthday when we checked in. Enqu, our waitress was so nice and funny, joking with one of our other boys, and Albert, our chef, was very personable and made the dinner exciting for our birthday boy. Great experience overall, and really enjoyed the half price wine bottle special as well. Hubby loves the sushi too.
While our chef was amazing (and so was his food) or server on two occasions rushed us into making decisions, which we did not appreciate because of how much money we were spending. My fiancé had to use the restroom shortly after being seated, and upon returning, found our waitress, standing there, looming over her while she had to frantically read the drink menu. My fiancé politely asked her for another minute but the waitress remained standing there, making everyone at the table, and especially my fiancé, uncomfortable. The second rushed moment happened at the end of dinner when we were given our check. I was handed the check and given maybe 5 seconds to look it over before I needed to hand it back with my credit card. I assumed everything was correct but excuse me for wanting to double check because I was spending a lot of money. Anyways, I had to just hope it was correct as our waitress once again rushed us and made everyone else at the table uncomfortable, even to the point where the gentleman sitting next to me (who was not in my party) say something.
Selected this restaurant after an OpenTable search for its proximity and cuisine. Had an early reservation at 5:30 and arrived at an almost empty restaurant. The interior is nice but dated and not kept up well. We were a party of 3 and sat on a high table with view of the bar, which is furnished in nice wood. The food came quickly but was disappointing: the gyozas were burnt (all 4 of them), the edamame were drenched in salt rendering them inedible. The Crazy Roll was average. Nothing to write home about.
We attended Sat May 20, 2017 at 5:30pm. It was early, not crowded, yet enough patrons there you know it's a favorite spot. Some places at 5:30pm and it's "dead" so you might wonder (hmmm).
Miyama has a quiet yet upscale feel in the bar area. You can have sushi, sashimi, and other items there. There is a Happy Hour that is worthwhile. A few years back (3?) I held a party with 14 guest in the bar/lounge area and service was attentive, friendly and prompt.
First time at Miyama's Teppanyaki table. The Hostess had our reservation through open table and sat us next to a family of four with 2 teen children.
Our Chef Albert was very entertaining and a good conversationalist. I believe Albert said he graduated from the Cordon Bleu school of cooking. Albert moved here from California about a year ago. He has in-depth experience in Asian style cooking.
We chatted about Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese,(pho, and how to make good Pho broth) and of course french cuisine. At a Teppanyaki table, part of the fun is the chef; when you can engage the chef in conversation, and the chef is a showman (cooking skills), it make the Steak house experience more fun and enjoyable.
We ordered 4 main dishes. Teriyaki Chicken, Filet & Scallops, Seafood Lovers ( love calamari steak, which is why I ordered the Seafood Lovers meal), Halibut and Scallops. All the meals were cooked to our request, steaks (medium to well), Halibut moist and flavorful, Calamari steak firm tasty.
The main meals we ordered ranged from $19-$34. Soup, shrimp appetizers and white rice included in those prices. If you wanted fried rice, there is an extra charge. Excluding tax which is about a 9.2% rate, tip and drinks. The meal's average is about $30/pp for us.
A very relaxing and fun night for my wife and our friends, a couple we've known for over 25 years. Yes this is a place I have attend over the past few years and continue to visit up to today and will visit again in the future.
We had an early dinner, so can't comment on the late crowd! We had children with us, and so did all the other dinners in our section. The staff was excellent with the kids. The cook did a great job entertaining us and interacting with our children. Will be visiting again soon!
It was my 7 year old daughters birthday. They acknowledged it when they confirmed my reservation and the host acknowledged it upon check in but the wait staff did not follow through. That was disappointing. Our waiter (that only needed to take our drink and food order) was super inattentive from start to finish. Another disappointment. He fulfilled our drink order, took our food order and then pretty much disappeared from existence. My husband asked for another beer. When it hasn't come in 15 minutes, I asked again. We waited another 10 minutes for it. We were with 4 kids under 10 years old and we sat and waited to close out our tab for over 20 minutes (past the time we were all done with ice cream). I could tell the cook was struggling with getting rice to cook our fried rice because the eggs were on the grill for way too long. The only saving grace was the cook himself was super entertaining and the food was delicious. Gratuity was included or I would have asked only to tip the cook, not the waiter. I hope this isn't how Miyama is going to be from now on. We've had much better experiences in the past.
As a family we were having a special celebration for our daughter. We wanted hibachi but the other major place in town was booked up. I remembered coming to Miyama last year for a business dinner. I recalled having a good experience and we were able to make a reservation at our desired time. I saw some reviews stating issues with reservations but we had no trouble at all - 5:30 on a Saturday night. We were seated with another family that we got along with and found that we had some things in common.
Our orders were taken promptly and everything was accurate. Our chef was excellent! Great presentation including some tricks we hadn't seen before, humorous and quick on the grill. All of the staff we interacted with was helpful and pleasant.
Yes it is pricey but it's a great special occasion place that will create memories. We will be back the next time we want hibachi and will not even bother with the other joint in town.
Food is consistent, service not bad (better than in the past), portion sizes have gone down and prices have gone up, yikes. I guess my birthday spot needs to change. $31 bucks now for filet and chicken, ouch. Still good but it was $98 for 3 people (2 adults and 1 kid) the other night and I only ordered one beer $9 Asahi. Reasonable is one thing, but it is out of reach now for us.
We had made a reservation and they asked if it was a for celebration so we gave the names of the three people who had their birthdays; yet when we got there they had no idea that it was for a birthday celebration. Why ask? The food was OK and the service was marginal. We had to ask several times to get some things and then we were asked to leave because they were busy. We thought that was rude because it was a birthday celebration for three people, we all left good tips, and quite honestly they weren't that busy when we walked out. We probably would've lingered maybe five more minutes at most. Wait it out!
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