The first time I was here, the service was fantastic. And while the service wasn’t rude on the second visit, every time we ordered anything we were told it would take a long time because the bar or or sushi bar or kitchen were backed up. Imagine going to a restaurant and being told anything you want isn’t currently available. So you make a new choice and that isn’t available either. Endlessly. Except it’s not that busy, and all their product is in stock. Pretty frustrating.
Miso Izakaya is a great local sushi place with quality sushi, tasty drinks, and a lovely atmosphere
We had a really weird trip to Miso tonight. This is one of our favorite restaurants but it's totally gone downhill from a service perspective. We had a reservation and arrived on time. We stood at the podium for about 5 minutes before someone helped us. Then they asked if we thought we could hurry through our meal because they had a reservation coming in an hour after us. This was confusing because the spacing of the reservations was their fault but they were then asking us to rush. We sat down and waited 15 minutes for water. I had to go tell the hostess that we still hadn't been helped. Finally they came and asked for our drink orders. I ordered a soda and they said I couldn't have one because their ice machine was broken. We switched gears to food. My boyfriend asked for the ramen without the spicy paste but the waiter said the ramen comes "from the company" premade and they can't customize. My boyfriend had to change his order. I ordered sushi. His noodles came to the table first. When I told him I was still waiting for my sushi he said, "oh yeah the sushi is really backed up. It's going to be about 20 minutes." I didn't want to make my date wait so he went ahead and ate and I sat there and waited half an hour for sushi. The sushi finally came and was delicious as always but it was so odd. My boyfriend had to just sit there and watch me eat it after he had finished his dinner 15 minutes ago. We've now had 2 really bad service occasions here. Not sure if we'll be back. It's super unfortunate because this used to be one of our favorite spots in Atlanta.
Great food! We had the gyoza, eggplant, katsu bun, okonomyaki, dan dan noodles, and tuna avocado roll. All of it was amazing. The service was great and quick. No complaints. We'll return to try other menu items.
Amazing place! Can’t wait to go back!
Awesome! But I always is!
My fiancé and I had been craving sushi for a while, but I wanted to find someplace that had that but also creative Japanese food that I hadn't tried before. Miso Izakaya fit the bill! The tapas style was great for date night sharing and the drinks were on point, and unique as well. We got the shoyo tamago and gyoza to start, and both were delicious. The crispy duck bun we also got was a bit disappointing, but our variety of ordered sushi rolls, sashimi, nigiri, and a hand roll were all delicious and very fresh. We will definitely be back!
Great food and amazing sushi
The food selection was excellent, with loads of different kinds of sushi to choose from. The sushi itself was good, but not great. Might be the top place in Atlanta, but we've been to lots of better ones.
Excellent as usual. Great food and service.
With ma lady
Food was amazing! The short ribs are my new favorite! Great whiskey list too!!!
Recently went to Miso Izakaya, and the food was delicious! My friend and I ordered sushi (I got the Rock 'n Roll eel rolls and the Veggie rolls - both were very tasty!), and our other friend ordered a noodle bowl that smelled so good that I think I might have to go back and try it. Would definitely come back!
The restaurant had a great feel and decorations when we walked in so our expectations were high. The waitress forgot to enter one of our main dishes so it came out very late. The food was salty and some of the fish in our nigiri did not taste fresh, specifically the scallops.
Very good selection of sushi rolls, sashimi, buns, noodles, and craft cocktails. Friendly and attentive staff.
Great food and cool place. Get the Shoyu Tomago!
Always our special place for sushi! And ideal for a great date night!
My husband and I keep going back to Miso Izakaya for the eggplant and the kabocha squash tempura, but everything on the menu is great. The wine list is not extensive, but it is a good selection and very reasonable by the glass and by the bottle. Always a go-to place for us when we have had a long work day and want to get a glass of wine and great sushi.
Food service and cocktails were very good
Great food! Our server was fantastic and attentive! I would absolutely go back and definitely recommend to friends! The sushi is #1! So good! We celebrated my son's birthday there and they gave him a fabulous dish of red bean ice cream!
I always like coming here. It’s consistently good.
Food was good, service was lacking.
The sushi at Miso Izakaya is exceptional, although for this occasion I decided to try items off the hot/ small plate menu. The teriyaki beef and chicken wings were very flavorful but tough/ chewy. The tuna tataki was well prepared and delicious. The masago appetizer was good as well.
Miso is the best restaurant I have been too since moving into the city. We have been 3 times already in the past 2 months. Everything I have tried has been DIVINE. I highly recommend the dumplings, wings and short ribs. Service is excellent and reservations are available.
The food from the regular menu was delicious by the sushi left much to be desired.
Great food and awesome service
This is my favorite sushi location in Atlanta! Our server had good wine recommendations, and was very nice.
Great place all around...except for the music choice. Big detriment to the otherwise great atmosphere. Didn't fit at all. It was like 80s hits in a low-lit, hip, urban sushi place.
We tried four different dishes and they all was absolutely terrible. They even sold us and poured coke products from a can and charged us $2 per can. Most importantly, the food was pricey and absolutely terrible.
Interesting menu and delicious food. Very impressed. One of the best sushi places I’ve ever been to.
Miso Izakaya has always been one of our favorite restaurants in Atlanta. It is a cozy little Izakaya with a manageable menu so you can try everything. My daughter claims their sushi is the best in Atlanta hands-down. They have a great cocktail program as well. We have never had a meal that we didn’t absolutely love here
Great food. Friendly service. But food took very long to come out.
I made reservations for two and upon arrival was placed a two person topper that was so close to the next table that I felt like I was engaged in their conversation. There were plenty of other available tables that were not situated as closely together but I was told they were reserved. In fact, I was presented with no other options. This greatly disturbed me because my dinner engagement involved some very sensitive issues and I did not want the people at the adjacent tables to hear every word I spoke.
After looking around the restaurant for a solution, again our waiter or the hostess did not offer a solution, I asked to sit at the end of th sushi bar.
Absolutely not customer friendly!
Wonderful as always!
It was quick. Server didn’t know what the dishes were. I didn’t get offered anything. It was an in and out experience. There was no one at the restaurant. Only one other table there.
we’ve been to Miso several times before. This experience was just ok. The server wasn’t welcoming and they were out of 3 cocktails (out of 7). Sushi was also ok, nothing more.
Been a regular for years and have always found the food delicious, the staff outstanding, and the accommodations and atmosphere delightful. It's my "Cheers". Always appreciate them making my guests and me feel welcome.
Poor service. We waited 52 minutes for 16 pieces of sushi and weren't consistently waited on by our server. Several other wait staff had to help with our orders and refills for drinks. The host staff is always rude each time I come to this restaurant, which is especially disappointing because the food and drinks are above average. I'm not sure why this place is so pretentious in Edgewood, but my friends have actually told me they won't dine with me anymore at this restaurant. I was told by the host that would need to be done eating in 45 minutes because another table was behind me and had a reservation...even though I had a reservation myself. I've never been told that at a restaurant before. The restaurant just needs an attitude adjustment...especially for this neighborhood.