What to Eat at Mira Sushi, Now Serving Kyoto Sloppy Joes in the Old Silk Rd Tavern Space

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Rice cakes with Berkshire pork, sesame, and Parmesan crust. Photo: Mira Sushi

Flatiron's Silk Rd Tavern closed in January for renovations after just six months of operations. Owner Andy Lee retooled the restaurant's pan-Asian concept and installed a sushi counter, and the restaurant has reopened as Mira Sushi. On the hot line, Telepan vet Brian Tsao is cooking a menu inspired by izakayas and street food, including a Sloppy Joe made with kurobuta pork served with sour mustard on a potato bun, while Owen Wu, who worked at Nobu 57 and Momoya, oversees sushi and sashimi, but also a menu of Japanese small plates like spicy tuna pizza. The cocktails are brand-new, and there is yuzu juice in the Sidecars and the whiskey sours are made with Yamazaki. Check out the menus, straight ahead.

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Bi bim bap with mixed vegetables and sunnyside up egg.Photo: Mira Sushi


Menu [PDF]
Drinks [PDF]

Earlier: Silk Rd Tavern Has Closed for Renovations