The Mikuni story began in Fair Oaks, where one man’s quest for a better life for his family resulted in the opening of a restaurant whose name in Japanese means “kingdom of God.” What began modestly in 1987 has blossomed today into the true heart of the nine restaurants, as Mikuni Fair Oaks continues to represent the manifestation of conviction and perseverance—not to mention extraordinarily good sushi.
Skilled chefs use their mastery to produce an endless array of lively flavors, appealing colors, and mesmerizing textures, punctuated by lively banter that creates an ambiance of welcoming warmth. Loyal patrons return again and again to the place where it all began, drawn to the tradition that consistently delivers culinary excellence and serves as a reminder of Mikuni’s early years.
Mikuni in Fair Oaks accepts reservations for parties of eight or more. Reservations will only be held for ten minutes. If the entire party is not present after ten minutes, the reservation will be for forfeited. The Mikuni Sushi Bar is seated on a first come, first served basis.
Mikuni Koki Club Hoshi card members (blue, black, silver, gold, and red) may call ahead and make table reservations for parties up to four.
Due to potential demonstrations in the Sacramento area, Mikuni Arden Fair and Midtown Sacramento will be closed on Sunday.1 day ago View Tweet