Nicole at Another One Bites the Crust raved about this sushi restaurant on her blog (and she is vegan!) and I can see why. She showcases their pumpkin miso soup and curry cauliflower and artichoke cumin rolls, but that is just the beginning of this restaurant’s creativity.
Go Dairy Free writer and author of My Sweet Vegan, Hannah Kaminsky, also went out of her way to write an extensive review on this eatery. She says:
Boasting the most expansive and creative vegan sushi menu I know of, this is one restaurant where I know that I will not only be able to find a decent meal, but one worth remembering. Additionally, Miya’s holds the title as one of the most sustainable sushi stops in the US, an honor of no small importance even to those not partaking in the pescetarian options.
Read Hannah’s full review (with mouth-watering photos). The restaurant also has a very expansive website, see the link below for their menus and offerings. Their hours and days open are not completely standard (just like their menu) so be sure to check the website or call ahead before heading out.
Location: 68 Howe Street, New Haven, CT