Miyako Japanese Restaurant: Eat Sushi off a Naked Model's Body for $40

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Miyako
This body knows how to roll with it.
This year, the sixteen-year-old Miyako Japanese Restaurant in Doral experienced big changes: new ownership, new chef, and new menu. Short Order was invited to try the latest food additions.

Owner Adrian Arguelles sat down and spoke to us about the concept and dishes that he dreamt up with chef Adrian Rojas. While part of the old menu and beloved staff remain, some things have certainly gotten spicier.

Miyako now hosts body sushi, a biweekly event where sushi is served on a nearly nude model's body. For $40, you can eat off the model's body, which is covered in leaves, raw fish, and sushi rolls that are regularly replenished.

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Photos by Carina Ost
Rockin' rocoto shrimp.
We started with Arguelles' favorite dish, the rocoto shrimp ($11.95). This lightly-fried shrimp with rocoto chili sauce is super tasty and highly addictive. The shrimp tempura alternative was imagined by Arguelles: "I wanted a lightly-fried appetizer. Something that if you eat it with your hands, you will have to lick your fingers after. Sure, we could take the tail off but we wanted to offer our guests somewhere to grab."

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Causa on a roll.
Another Peruvian-style dish we tried was the causa roll ($11.95). It featured their signature tuna tartare topped with cold whipped potatoes, avocado, the same rocoto sauce, and aji amarillo and lime juices.

This dish resembles a sushi roll and it played a trick on our senses. There's no need to bite; this will just dissolve in your mouth. Arguelles says he has to warn customers that it's a cold dish, because when they hear mashed potatoes they expect something different.

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Hamachi tiradito wreath.
The hamachi tiradito ($15.95) featured thin slices of yellowtail arranged in almost a Christmas wreath-shape with bursts of color from the yellow aji amarillo sauce, the red onion, Peruvian corn, and tobiko for a pop of color and texture.

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Double dip those donuts.
For dessert, we tried the Thai donuts ($6.95) that were a twist on the circular dessert. They were wrapped on a chopstick and placed in a cup of condensed milk. One bite of these light and doughy delights and we found ourselves pushing the fried goodness back to the end of the skewer to double-dip.

We were really impressed with the quality of food, customer service, and thought that went into this strip mall Japanese restaurant in Doral.

Arguelles takes great pride in reading customer comment cards. In these cards, he asks guests to list what they'd like to see on future menus. Sure, he has received "free items" and "red beans and rice" as responses -- but he has also gotten a bunch of good ideas: mochi ice cream, plantains on sushi rolls, and boba teas to the menu. "I never heard of bubble tea before and now I am looking into serving it," he says.

But the spiciest idea is certainly the model. The restaurant just had their second body sushi event, which they'll be repeating every two weeks. Tickets are $40 if booked in advance and include food, drink samples, and happy hour drink specials.

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Location Info

Miyako Japanese Restaurant

7902 NW 36th St., Doral, FL

Category: Restaurant


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63 comments
Leen Lopez
Leen Lopez

Now all the perverts will surely attend lol xD

Johnny Morris
Johnny Morris

That's just wrong.. So it will probably become extremely popular

Nadia Tamara Ramaglia
Nadia Tamara Ramaglia

Bathroom health department sign reads "Employees must douche before returing to work"

Chris Schaaff
Chris Schaaff

I'd like to push this chicks shit in after eating a few California Rolls

Blaine Hall
Blaine Hall

Agatha Myntti Groom, to the fresh fish market! After a stop in a neighborhood where we will only crack the widows.

Vanessa Phelps
Vanessa Phelps

I wouldn't eat off her. Weird. Nice way of avoiding having to hire a dish washer?

Mel Mac
Mel Mac

Doesn't seem naked to me

Cristina Garcia
Cristina Garcia

The picture reminds me of "The Last Nude" by Ellis Avery.

Cristina Garcia
Cristina Garcia

I love the doughnut bits. I think a great follow up would be a story on the model's experience and the legality of this experiment.

Eom Jae-young
Eom Jae-young

Miguel Angel Negrinいっしょに行こう?

Cary Gonzalez
Cary Gonzalez

They keep pushing it because palms were perhaps greased.....

vicequeenmaria
vicequeenmaria

Oh this is terribly cliché and passé ... and why does it always have to be a woman? Now if you could eat a slice of roll off the one eyed monster, that would be interesting!


Although if you really think about it, the way some women dress in South Beach and in Miami, you are in constant contact with vaginal and anal secretions anyway.


Wash your hands, folks! Wash your hands!

Ed Ochoa
Ed Ochoa

wearing bra and panties do not make her naked

James G. Camp
James G. Camp

Yep, it'll be great until someone catches something ? How does an idea like this get past the health inspectors ?

robert.n.nielsen
robert.n.nielsen topcommenter

can you spooge on the girls for a few bux extra or get a happy ending?

James Kelley
James Kelley

Seems "fishy" to me (sorry couldn't resist) jk

Erik Vairo
Erik Vairo

She's wearing a bra and panties. That's hardly naked. It's scantly clad. Increase your vocabulary you wannabe writers.

D.f. Basora
D.f. Basora

The last time I ate anything off a naked body it was a cherry cheesecake off my ex boyfriend. I'd rather that than this

Andres Cofiño
Andres Cofiño

It's not "naked" when you're wearing bra and panties.

Juan R. Pollo
Juan R. Pollo

I have an idea. Let's eat sushi off a naked model...in complete darkness!

Firip Onitsuka
Firip Onitsuka

Every week the New Times stoops to a new stupid.

Brian Bartlett
Brian Bartlett

Not so much, taking a risk alone of the freshness of the sushi, how fresh is the model ?

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