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Published March 2nd 2013
Relax, there's a bar if you can't listen to your mate sober
"What's that," you say, "karaoke?" Yes indeed that is the sound of many happy people belting out their favourite songs just not on the right key.
Mizuya's is a popular spot in the city right next to Town Hall station where many uni students go to sing and/or eat. Mizuya's has both large karaoke rooms for your singing desires as well as a fantastic restauraunt.
Their mouth watering menu is available in the restauraunt section of Mizuya's as well as being delivered straight into your karaoke room. This is all courtesy of a wondrous computerised ordering system that allows you to order what you want, when you want, without having to leave your room or go searching for a waiter.
Whether you're in the mood to sing your heart out or to eat some fantastic Japanese cuisine Mizuya's is definitely the place to be. It is clean, the service is efficient and the food always arrives hot and the drinks cold.
Furthermore if you are over the age of 18 there is also a bar for alcoholic drinks just in case you can't take the sound of your best mate's singing sober.
Just be wary that if you are in a group of teens out for a birthday bash at karaoke and just one of you is under 18 nobody else is allowed to drink anywhere but the bar so that there's no chance of any secret under-the-table underage drinking.