Last night I took my wife for a nice romantic dinner. We live in S Austin and she'd never been to Mikado. We were north so I took her here, after I had not been in 10 years. But, Mark still owns the place, he's...More
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I had a variety of suchi and appetizers. Service was good and food was prepared artistically and tasted great.
We stopped by for a light dinner and found the decor of the restaurant to be very inviting. Lots of dark woods and very comfortable furniture. When we arrived, they were still doing a happy hour and we found everything we wanted off the happy...More
This restaurant is tucked into what looks like a business park so it's easy to miss, but the atmosphere is so nice once inside, perfect for a family dinner or get-together with friends. My friend's mother is full Japanese and she was pleased (after endlessly...More
I love their Udon Noodles and the Calamari and every thing else is great! Its a very nice atmosphere and the service is very good!
A very creative menu where each dish is a great pleasant surprise. The theme is boca style dishes that can be shared by all. Very nicely prepared and an incredible value for the money. Great location to wind down after a busy day on the...More
I visited Mikado on a recent visit to Texas with two friends, on a Sunday for their all day Sunday Happy Hour! The atmosphere is great, well decorated and clean. Music playing set on a fun vibe in the place. We were quickly seated by...More
This was my second visit to Mikado Ryotei and I was again impressed by the quality of food. All the items we ordered were fresh and extremely well prepared. Even though Mikado is certainly amongst the best Japanese restaurants in Austin, it doesn't have the...More
Mikado competes with one or two other Japanese restaurants in the Austin area, but Mikado excels in having a comfortable, quiet not-squeezed-in setting. Being able to relax, take your time and enjoy very good sushi and be able to converse is not the experience one...More
I had the pleasure of going to Mikado today for lunch. It is located in a strip mall near the corner of 183 and Mopac (just off Braker I think). We were in a hurry and we loved the fact the service was both polite...More