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Posted by Adanahs on 06/28/2012
i am African American and my boyfriend of 5 year is korean his family has takin me in with open arms. His mother cook for us all the time when she comes to the state. when i was prenant with my twins i craved korean food all the time. MIGA was the closes thing i could find for good; bulgogi, bibmbap, and seaweed soup. Now 4 months after i had my twins we had datenight we opted for applebees for karoke night on the way out we saw that they are closing MIGA down and this was the last night. Im so up set there leaving i love there food. had we known we would have been there tonight. So i hope they find a new space soon i need them in my life i want to be there for the grand opening wit a hungry stomech. I wish them all the best ^_^ fighting asja asja
Posted by Philly23 on 03/15/2012
I've had a Korean family friend all my life. I've also been to Korea a couple times. So, I've had proper Korean food. This is NOT it. I felt like they toned down the flavors/seasoning because I'm not Korean. I'm not sure why it was all so bland. I ordered Kalbi. They wouldn't allow us to use the table grill and, they brought it out with A1 sauce.... that's NOT how you are supposed to eat kalbi. Whatever the case, this place is a bad representation of one of the best cuisines in the world. It was a waste of my time and money.
Posted by anonymous on 09/29/2011
So far for me this is the best place I've been to for Korean food in our area. I really enjoy the Bulgogi, especially the pork and beef. I feel like I could eat that every day. I would recommend this restaurant.
Posted by rRooster on 02/11/2011
My girlfriend is Korean so I've eaten some of this food before. All in all, comparable to what I've eaten at Assi Plaza in Montgomeryville, and similar price range, but Assi feels more like I'm actually experiencing Korean culture- this place is a little too polished. That and the couple at the table next to ours was loud and talking about... actually, I'm not sure what. Our waiter was very polite, though not terribly conversational; my girlfriend said he probably came here as a child based on his accent. A worthwhile dining experience, but not someplace I'd go frequently.
Posted by Koreana on 06/12/2010
Nothing will ever beat my mom's home cooking, but Miga is passable Korean Food. Best in Center City? yes. If you want better value for more authentic food, go to Hmart in Upper Darby.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/21/2010
I love Korean food and go to Miga at least once every three weeks. The food is fantastic. I've never been disappointed by anything I've ordered. Every order comes with a bunch of side dishes. Every waiter I've had has been more than helpful in explaining anything on the menu to new Korean eaters. The food isn't just good but consistently good. I think the food here is fantastic and it's quite possibly my favorite Korean restaurant ever. Love the food. Keep up the great work.
Posted by Epicurean on 09/30/2009
I discovered this restaurant last week and have been there twice since then. The food is incredible and you get so much food for the price! They just started offering drinks, so that is definitely worth checking out, too. I hope more people discover them and that they stick around for a very long time.