“Mi-sato”, from the Japanese words for “beautiful” and “home village”. These words embody the core of our restaurant’s philosophy—hospitality.
The kind of hospitality found with friends, family, lovers—the feelings of warmth associated with home. We strive to deliver friendly service that parallels these feelings. When you walk into our restaurant you become family, Misato’s family, and we will spare no expense to serve you.
Welcome to Misato and “welcome home.”
Mon – Sat : 11:30 A.M – 2:00 P.M & 4:30 P.M – 9:00 P.M
Sun : 4:30 P.M – 9:00 P.M
“A must try”
Overall, a great place for delicious appetizers with the multitude of sushi rolls as the star of the show. If you see the lobster roll, it is a must try!
“Definitely a great place for sushi!”
Definitely a great place for sushi! I was surprised that my bill was so cheap after ordering so much food. They even brought out a little bowl and plate for my little one even though she doesn’t eat yet. Very friendly staff. Will be back for sure!
“What a hidden gem!”
What a hidden gem! Located just off of 17th Avenue in an unassuming plaza, Misato offers well-priced, well-made sushi that seems to be unfailingly fresh. The last lunch I had there consisted of tuna, salmon, scallop and sweet shrimp nigiri sushi as well as a “Pinky Roll” that contained avocado, smoked salmon and green onion and was wrapped in smoked salmon.
The nigiri are the right size with a good ratio of fish to rice. The fish itself is fresh, clean-tasting and cut to a good thickness. They offered to deep fry the head of the shrimp and I didn’t decline. If you enjoy seafood, do try the fried heads, they’re crunchy and delicious.