Mimi Restaurant

  Last modified on March 7th, 2018

Mimi Restaurant specializes in delivering a taste of Japan with every plate that you order. Their repertoire consists of only seasonal ingredients,  and selections are derived from authenticity and originality.

In addition to the original menu, the special menu showcases their chef’s daily choice of fresh fish, meat and vegetables. Not only do they emphasize taste, but they also pay great attention to the presentation of their dishes, making them look as good as they taste.

In May 2017, Mimi welcomed a new head chef with over 30 years of Japanese culinary experience, resulting in a brand new menu.

The new menu for the winter of 2018 features appetizers including  Seared Scallop topped with Sea Urchin Santa Barbara, salmon carpaccio, spicy pork belly, and rib eye steak..

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Seared Scallop topped with Sea Urchin (Santa Barbara)

Mimi’s main menu includes premium sushi, red snapper shabu-shabu from Fukuoka, yellow tail shabu-shabu, premium beef sukiyaki, a wide selection of donburi and hot noodles. A daily special menu also features a wide variety of fresh sashimi, including jackfish Sugatazukuri, Red Snapper usuzukuri, blue fin tuna, and other seasonal delicacies. Every Saturday, Mimi also offers a set lunch including ramen. 

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Sukiyaki: sliced prime beef & vegetables simmered in a special sweet soup

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Nasu Dengaku: grilled eggplant with dengaku miso

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Chicken Karaage: crispy fried chicken

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Sushi Sashimi Creative Combo

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Salmon Roe Sushi

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Yellowtail Sushi

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Gindara Saikyo Yaki (Grilled Black Cod)

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Chirashi

 

Mimi Restaurant delivers a taste of Japan with every plate, with dishes consisting of only seasonal and authentic ingredients. 

Check out Mimi Restaurant at 566 Amsterdam Avenue (between 87th and 88th Streets).

 

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Mike Mishkin

Mike Mishkin

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Mike is a native Upper West Sider. He's lived in the Lincoln Center area, Morningside Heights, and pretty much everywhere in between. You can frequently find him eating through the many great restaurants on the Upper West Side or awkwardly taking iPhone photos for @ilovetheupperwestside.
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