Miku is not the usual sushi joint. It is an aburi-style (lightly seared and infused with savory French sauces) cuisine. It is best if you order their Omakase (literally means "it's up to you). It's a multi-course meal. Not an all you can eat sushi buffet, but very well made individual dishes. You don't get a dish of soy sauce or wasabi for dipping because each sushi or sashimi is perfect on its own (it will be like putting ketchup). I guarantee that you will eat each morsel with great interest, trying to figure out the nuances and mystery of each flavour.