Come here for a yummy meal in the city or some karaoke fun
Mizuya Japanese Restaurant and Karaoke Bar is not your usual Japanese restaurant. I absolutely adore Japanese cuisine and will testify to the fact that although Mizuya's menu has many Westernisations throughout it, the food is still delicious.
Absolutely divine strawberry daquiri cocktail from Mizuya
When you walk into Mizuya, be sure to ask for a booth because the other seating arrangements just aren't as nice. I've sat in their free tables and at their little bar – just take my word for it. The booths are far more private and provide a much more ambient environment.
There are multiple drinks menus at Mizuya, including a colourful cocktail menu and a non-alcoholic beverage menu that extends over three pages. For you non-alcoholic mocktail souls, there are plenty of interesting and obscure drinks.
There is much variety in the menu, which makes for a suitable returning destination. A whole selection of tantalising skewers, including chicken meatball skewers, Atlantic salmon, crumbed vegetables, seafood and anything else you can imagine.
Mizuya's lovely grilled salmon, one of my favourite dishes at every Japanese place
The Mizuya a la carte menu contains a delicious spicy soft shell crab, which although is actually quite mild, has a delicious sauce. The miso and cheese scallops depicted in this article are absolutely delectable if you're a cheese lover like me.
Pork belly kushiyaki from Mizuya, cute little pork dish
The fun of the touch screen ordering experience makes this place even more appealing. I have been here with my friends many times but also on dates due to the versatile environment, which is highly refreshing.
Salmon Roe Sushi, a necessity for any Eastern European guest of Mizuya to have