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

Rice cakes with Berkshire pork, sesame, and Parmesan crust.

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


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Earlier: Silk Rd Tavern Has Closed for Renovations

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