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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Le Miu

107 Ave. A (E. Sixth St.) Send to Phone
212-473-3100
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED East Village sushi spot serving traditional and inventive fruits of the sea.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Le Miu Restaurant Review

: THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED Brought to you by former chefs of Megu and Nobu, this minimalist-but-sleek 70-seat East Village eatery might challenge the city’s most revered raw fish restaurants for sushi supremacy. With a menu that consists of equal parts cooked Japanese cuisine and a raw bar, traditional and inventive, Le Miu shines brightest when you let it sail into uncharted waters. The five-course prix-fixe menus (à la carte items are also available) put your dinner in the hands of the chef, and you never know what he’s going to send out: Kobe beef tongue, tuna tartare topped with caviar and white soy foam and served in an oversize spoon, scallops wrapped in prosciutto. For pure sushi lovers, Le Miu's sushi menu is loaded with relatively unusual bites: orange clam, Kumamoto oysters, Botan shrimp and lobster sashimi are but a few of the offerings you won’t find at ordinary sushi restaurants.
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