April 15, 2013
We went to Miyabi on April 11th to celebrate my daughter's 25th birthday. We invited 19 people to join us. Our server (Cody) was wonderful, that was the only highlight. Of the 19 invited,12 became very ill with food poisioning lasting for several days. Called, spoke with manager who did not know how to handle the matter. Said she would call back. Never did. Called again, this went on for two days; she told me the insurance company was going to call me, which they did. This is four days later.Was told I needed to go to hospital to prove it was food poisioning. FOUR DAYS LATER!!! Not a good business.
My first impression of Miyabi's was a
good one. Myself and my family were invited to a dinner party with 19 friends and family in attendance. The following morning, I was awoken by a severe case of food poisoning (everything was coming out). This not only affected me, but, my entire family (1, 2, and 6 year olds and spouse) and several of my friends. I will never go back to Miyabi's or will I recommend it to my worst enemy. After several attempts to speak to a manager via telephone (which met with him/her never calling) I see what kind of business they truly are. A definite NON-RECOMMEND
Possibly robbed us.
Two of my friends and myself ate here together one night. Rarely do the three of us hang out together. Recently, all three of our checking accounts were broken into because someone who swiped our cards saved our information and loaded it onto gift cards directly linked to our checking accounts. The last place we remember being together where we used our debit cards was this place. Plus their food leaves an awful onion taste in your mouth for the next 24 hours.
A waitress that wasn't even serving me, insulted me because of my physical appearance. She called me a derogatory name. It was absolutely the rudest thing that anyone has ever said to me. This is an expensive place to eat and you wouldn't expect to be insulted and embarassed by the wait staff. I recommend going anywhere but MIYABI!!!!
Go to Yokoso's!!!.
Food was okay, but not as yummy as Yokoso's in North Charleston!! The service sucked, you enter, a group of three behind a greeting desk and no one greets you. You wait, you get seated, never welcomed, and the chef was hard to understand...and he was the "executive chef". The waitress was annoyed each time you asked her for more sauce or another drink....is as though she did want to be there to serve you...but hey aren't you in the food "service" industry. The atmosphere was beautiful, the sake was to die for, but the food wasn't very tasty...and the waitress made the experience uncomfortable....never had this issue at Yokoso's!