Michie Sushi is a small chain of 4 Japanese restaurants in Dublin. We live nearby to Sandyford, so on a lovely sunny evening recently, we went out for a cycle and stopped by Michie for dinner (and a glass or 2 of wine – it’s an easy cycle home on cycle paths).
The restaurant itself is reasonably small but nice simply seating, wooden tables and chairs. We decided to sit outside, as we were in cycling gear.
We ordered a few dishes to share, the medium set of sushi, vegetable gyoza (fried), edamame, yakitori grilled chicken skewers and a bottle of white wine. We knew we could sit outside for a while, enjoying the food and wine, while the sun was out.
The plates are so beautiful… ceramic dishes in a pale eggshell blue with flowers painted on, side plates and the small soya sauce dishes. I loved them, incredibly pretty.
First thing to arrive was the sushi plate… a nice amount to share between us, a mix of maki and nigiri with the requisite wasabi and horseradish on the side. The sushi plate was really great, nice size pieces, with the balance of fish to rice just right.
This was quickly followed by the rest of our dishes, crispy fried gyoza, sticky delicious yakitori chicken and the fresh bright green edamame beans.
Healthy, tasty, good fast food – yes please! I’ll definitely be back to Michie Sushi soon…
Michie Sushi | Unit B1, R3, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18 | 01 555 0174 | @MichieSushi