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About Ise-Shima at the Miyako
Ise-Shima at the Miyako introduces its guests to a new level of contemporary Japanese cuisine, served in a fabulously authentic setting. From hand-pounded buckwheat soba noodles, to delicacies from the charcoal grill and of course sushi and rolls. You’ll embark on a culinary excursion that will excite your palate. We feature seating at our "Omakase" sushi bar.
Torrance, CA 90501
Japanese, Sushi, Asian
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 6:30am - 10:00am
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:30am - 2:00pm
Cafe: Monday - Sunday: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday - Sunday: 5pm - 7pm
Bar: Monday-Sunday: 11:30am- 11:30pm
Carson and Western
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Patio area with fire pits available for private party.
Special customize menu available for private patio parties upon request.
Available Upon Request
Valet parking available, with validation from restaurant.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
Ise-Shima at the Miyako Ratings and Reviews
Celebrated Valentine’s Day with my husband & sister. I ordered a special Valentine’s cocktail & a course dinner w/ seafood; my husband ordered spicy tuna roll & calamari for appetizers, & lobster & scallop dinner; my sister ordered Ise-Shima Chiraishi. We were all satisfied with our delicious choices and service was great.
I looked for a new place serving sushi for my friend's birthday dinner. This was a lovely find/choice! She said the sushi was very fresh and the salmon very buttery. We loved the garlic edamame and the miso soup actually had flavor! I enjoyed my pork filet cutlet and had to bring some home to leave room to share the beautiful complimentary birthday treat. The atmosphere was understated but appealing and best of all, it was quiet!
I tried their Ise-Shima Course dinner with my wife and five special friends. All of us were very pleased with the dinner. The course was an authentic Japanese cuisine with nice presentation. I would recommend this special course dinner for both Japanese and non-Japanese diners.
On this particularly day, our celebration for our 92 year old friend, the lunch service was great. And our friend was given a complimentary birthday cake which was a very nice touch. We went early for lunch which is good because as it becomes crowded the servers become very busy and can't be as attentive even though they work hard to do so.
This was the second time in a week that I went to this restaurant to have the Deluxe Chirashizushi. I brought my mother, two brothers and their wives to celebrate my visit to their area. I had come a week earlier with a friend to enjoy some sushi. I can’t get the quality of sushi this restaurant has in NC where I live so I found the deluxe chirashizushi to be absolutely fantastic. Immaculate and beautifully presented, the fish is absolutely pristine fresh. Trouble is, I may never order anything else! Highly recommended.
I had to delay my reservations two times and they were great to accommodate me. When we arrived we had a great booth ready, the Manager and Assistant Manager came by to greet us. It was my wife's birthday and the Sushi Chef made a special dish for her. Overall excellent evening although a little expensive.
Terrible service! Dry sushi. Poor quality food. We were left with a stack of dirty dishes with no one to clear the area, and we were sitting AT the sushi bar! Server nowhere to be found until I pulled my wallet out. Suddenly , the server was there to provide us the bill. We will NOT be back. Look elsewhere.
This was Father's Day and most parties had a reservation. Food came out painfully slowly. The main dishes were lukewarm at best and came out covered like hospital food. It was so bad that we could hear another diner ask if the kitchen staff was on strike! Many tables were waiting on food with some people done with their meal when other people's had just arrived. Gyoza was burnt. We ate them because we were starving.
Not going back.
Went for dinner on father's day. Restaurant was busy but very understaffed food was OK but service was very slow. We were given the check without being offered the dessert menu then the server didn't pickup our credit card! I had a free edamame appetizer offer that never came I ended up taking it home.
An excellent Japanese restaurant. The cuisine is always very good. We have had multiple items on the menu and are always impressed. Fish dishes are especially good. Sushi and appetizers are great as well. Staff always able to recommend a new item which is fun to try as well.
There was a special $55 buffet menu for Mother's Day. I was disappointed that nothing else was available but the buffet was very good, especially the outstanding sashimi and sushi choices. I was also pleased with the complimentary champagne. I just wish there was notification on Open Table that only the buffet was available that day. I did not check Ise-Shima's website.
The miso and salad bar was wonderful and the food was delicious. We sat by a window and the sunny table was very pleasant but slightly noisy. For a quieter experience i would like to try the booths. The appearance of the restaurant was impressive. our guests were surprised when they walked in the entrance at the upscale feel but unpretentious service.
My husband and I enjoyed our Valentine's dinner at Ise-Shima. We did not opt for the elaborate Valentine meal but the food was very good as was the service. My black cod was fine though not anything comparable to Nobu's. The restaurant was only half full as Japanese people don't really celebrate American holidays. (My son gave us this tip.) It's an upscale, somewhat pricey restaurant but very casual so you don't have to dress up much. Good neighborhood choice.
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