Smart concept and delicious cuisine. Only wild and fresh fishes, two talented Japanese chefs in a modern and bright environment. Very affordable for this quality.
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I have been here for 10 years now and it is always perfect. The sushi man is shy but excellent and cut fresh fish to serve excellent variations fo sushi, sashimi, maki... The service has always been friendly and efficient. I like to come back....More
We had a great lunch at the Myo today. Service very friendly and nice. We ate directly at the sushi counter to see the Japanese Chefs working - they are both also very kind and professional. Food was very good - recommendation for the dessert...More
Very average beef tartar, absolutely tasteless noodle soup and chocolate cake with an industrial flavor. Sushis are ok but not extraordinary except for prices. And the smell of rotten fish coming out of the kitchen was very worrying. Despite lovely staff I won't go back!
My boyfriend and I came to Myo as an anniversary dinner. As sushi lovers, we were hoping for some amazing sushi at this price point (90CHF/person not including wine). We went with the menu decouverte so we could try the various sushi (on first glance...More
It's been years I go for lunch once a week , eat out once a week for dinner or take away. The food is fantastic . Not just sushi but some more Classical Japanese and some fusion plates. Although it's rather small ,there is a...More
I ordered a vegetarian dish which was like a pancake with vegetables, egg, and something. It was very delicious. My friend ordered Sushi, and she loved her food as well. The location is amazing as well. I am definitely going back here in summer. Do...More
Two weeks after our first visit, we returned to Lausanne and to Myo - of course I could not write my review until four weeks had passed after my first visit. The ambiance was the same, the restaurant was full, and the service and food...More
In the middle of bustling Lausanne there is an island of peace, in the park in front of the Palais de Justice. The building itself appears to be custom made for a Japanese restaurant - sober, light with lots of wood. We were here for...More