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Miga - Korean food on Goodge St. London - quick lunch report

Dave MP | Jan 12, 201012:37 PM    

I went to Miga for lunch yesterday, and enjoyed my meal. I had a spicy soup with short rib and greens (similar to collard greens). Sadly can't remember the name, but it was served bubbling in a clay pot. The meat was tender, greens were tasty too, broth was a bit salty for my taste, but had good spice level and was quite good.

Along with a bowl of rice, total price for the meal was £7.80 I believe.

Service here was quite friendly, and the kitchen is open, so I could see them frying up and boiling up other dishes as well, and things smelled good. Next time I might try one of the bbq meats w/ rice, which they have as lunch specials.

A bit more pricey than the "secret" Korean place on Store St.....but only by £2.00, and there are many more choices, you get more food, and the food seems to be better.

anyone else been here?

Dave MP

Miga Restaurant
29 Goodge Street, Marylebone, London, W1T 2PP, United Kingdom‎ - 020 7636 7688‎

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