Forbes Best US Restaurant-54-Miyake, Portland, ME
Pai Men Miyake
188 State St, Portland, Maine
Mon – Fri : 11:30am – 12am
Sat & Sun : 9am – 12am
Sat & Sun : 9am – 2:30pm
468 Fore St, Portland, Maine
Miyake Restaurant Group is pleased to announce that the new concept and menu have begun at Miyake. Chef Masa Miyake has restructured the menu to combine the Japanese knowledge of food for which he is so well known with a variety of international cuisines from his extensive culinary background. By offering a menu with items changing as frequently as day to day, Miyake can better utilize Miyake Farm, as well as other seasonal items both local and Japanese.
Along with the new menu concept, Miyake now offers a bento box, available Monday – Saturday at lunch from 11:30-2:30. The Miyake-style bento includes 6 daily-changing items making for a unique, Japanese-style set lunch. Click to view the full Miyake Lunch Menu.
We offer validated parking at the Union Street garage after 5pm Monday-Saturday.
“Miyake is the best sushi in New England, easy.” – Customer Review
The New York Times names Miyake a place to eat, “In a city of Abundance”
“Miyake’s creativity nudged us toward a new appreciation of seafood like mackerel and urchin, techniques like pickling and curing, and an untold variety of sprigs, sprouts, and seasonings.” – The Portland Pheonix
“Where the locals eat.” – Boston Magazine
Pai Men Miyake opened in September, 2010 as Masa Miyake’s second restaurant in Portland. Meaning “100 noodles” in Japanese, the focus is on ramen with broths rich in pork, chicken, & vegetables. On the warmer days of summer there is also a myriad of more refreshing options such as sashimi soba & a variety of sushi rolls. Although a more casual affair, the food shows the same quality and creative characteristics as the acclaimed dishes from the original Food Factory Miyake.
“Chef Masa Miyake weaves his mastery of Asian fusion beyond the realm of typical Japanese cookery in Portland, imparting flavors that are at once provocative yet essential.” – Downeast Magazine
“Pai Men Miyake is really like nothing we’ve ever seen…” – Seacoastonline.com
“Tasty dishes are founded on pork and its rich fat, spice and miso, with noodle soups in big hot earthenware bowls worth bowing over.” – Portland Press Herald
“As second acts go, it’s a good one.” – The Portland Pheonix