REVIEW: Miga Korean Restaurant in Glynde, Adelaide

10:14:00 PM

This is one of my favourite korean places in Adelaide. 
I feel like the prices are pretty reasonable for the portion that you get and especially the taste.
Hey, looking at that photo just makes you drool, ey?
So, let's get started on this food review!


That's pretty much how the restaurant looks like.
Honestly it's pretty small but I'd probably call it cozy than small.
The staff there were pretty quick to lay menus down as soon as we sat.

They've got quite a variety. There are different dishes of bibimbap, soups that come with a bowl of rice, and many more.
So after many arguments in my head, I managed to decide what I wanted.
There was four of us so we ordered 

Beef Hot Pot Bibimbap | Hot Pot Bibimbap with Fish Roe, Fried Kimchi, and Veges | Bibimbap with Sashimi | Spicy BBQ Pork with Rice | Spicy Pork Bone Soup | Soft Tofu Soup with Seafood

This came first, which is the usual refillable side dishes that you get in a korean restaurant.
So this is just your standard kimchi and bean sprouts.
The bean sprouts were alright but the kimchi was real good so be sure to refill that!

Beef Bibimbap in Hot Pot ($15.50, comes with miso soup)
One of the best bibimbap I've tasted in Adelaide. 
It's probably due to the type of vegetables that they use. 
I've found other places that use fresh salad vegetables like romaine which, in my opinion do not go well with bibimbap at all.
I'd prefer it with a little more meat but this was fine anyway.
Their bibimbap sauce was delicious and a perfect way to tie all the flavours together.
Big thumbs up for this bibimbap! 

 Bibimbap with Sashimi ($15.00, comes with miso soup)
My friend ordered this, and I didn't really get to try it so I can't say much.
However, I'm guessing it's pretty much like a Japanese Sashimi Rice Bowl.

Bibimbap with Fish Roe, Fried Kimchi and Veges in a Hot Pot ($14.50, comes with miso soup)
Unfortunately guys, didn't get to try this either. 
When it comes to bibimbap, I don't know I just move more towards the one with beef. 
It does look and smell good though.

Spicy BBQ Pork ($15.50, comes with rice and salad)
Lewis had this one.
I tasted a little bit of this and it was not bad. Quite nice actually. 
I just prefer bibimbap over it. 
But it's definitely tasty as well.

Soft Tofu Soup with Seafood ($15.50, comes with a bowl of rice)
This soup tasted really good. 
Best thing about the soups is you get to control the level of spiciness. 
If you can't handle the spice, just tell them to tone it down when you order.
We had a friend who couldn't take it so we ordered this one with less spice.
Nevertheless, it was still pretty delicious.
Would've probably liked a little more seafood in it though, but apart from that it was great!

 Spicy Pork Bone Soup ($15.90, comes with a bowl of rice)
Finally, what I've been raving about and waiting to tell you all about.
THIS, is literally the best korean soup I've ever tasted so far in my life. 
Since we ordered the other one with less spice, we ordered this extra spicy and it was so so SO GOOD.
If you guys don't know what to order if you visit Miga, ORDER THIS
Of course, order it according to your spice preference but you will definitely not regret it.
The soup is so delicious and tasty.
I'm not a fan of eating meat off the bones but if you are, you'd love it. 

3/474 Payneham Rd, 
Glynde SA 5070

Opening Hours:
Monday Closed
Tues - Sat 11.30am - 3.00pm, 5.30pm - 9.30pm
Sunday 5.00pm - 9.30pm

Phone:
(08) 8365 3612

Miga Korean Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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34 comments

  1. Hello! Glad you have a fantastic dining experience at Miga. I also love Korean food especially their kimchi and vast selections of side dishes :D

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    1. I'm glad too! :) Yes I really love Korean food too! One day, I'm going to visit Korea and enjoy all the authentic Korean food!!

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  2. I love korean food too especially theor spicy chicken. Dont know why i think it is always better than our food

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    1. I suppose Korean food and Malaysian food just have different taste. I LOVE BOTH HEHE

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  3. I do indulge in Korean cuisine once in a while. I have to say, that I'll take Korean any time in Malaysia cos it's much cheaper with the Ringgit compared to Aussie Dollar. LOL

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    1. Yeah it's DEFINITELY a lot cheaper back home. haha But I feel like it tastes more authentic here, because there are a lot of Koreans here in australia and it's usually a family business type thing.

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  4. looks very appetising and delicious. need to go for it

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    1. Haha try it if you're ever in Adelaide ;)

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  5. The Spicy pork bone soup look nice and it good to take especially raining day. Look at the picture make me feel hungry now.

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    1. Making me feel hungry too! haha Yes it's definitely perfect for a rainy day

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  6. Wow.. Dear you make me hungry! So many nice food... Glad you enjoy <3

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    1. Yes I did enjoy very very much. Hehe sorry to have made you hungry!

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  7. I am a huge fan of Korean Food! Soft Tofu Soup with Seafood is my all time favourite :) The Spicy Pork Bone Soup looks tempting!

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    1. Their tofu soup is my fav too, but for this place, their pork bone soup was a lot better!

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  8. Yay for Korean food! I will usually go for Sundubu Jjigae and yep, the spicier the better!

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    1. ME TOO! Haha yeah we got the spicier one for the pork bone soup and it tasted great!

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  9. I am a big fan of Korean food and love their spicy flavours.

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  10. We love Korean food! I just had it yesterday hehe. will visit this restaurant if we visit Adelaide

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    1. Yes do try it! It's really really delicious :)

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  11. Wow, looks authentic to me. Glad you enjoyed your meal there :D

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    1. It really is because there are lots of Koreans in Australia, and this shop looks like a family-owned business

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  12. Glad to hear that the kimchi was good the Korean kimchi served in majority of Malaysian Korean restaurant sucks

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    1. Yes I know haha that's why I say the korean food here is more authentic!

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  13. Miss Korean food! Especially the toufu soup is my favorite!! Making me missing it now >.<

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    1. Hahahah i'm sure you can find a korean restaurant nearby!

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  14. Gosh, everything looks so good! I'm going to make myself some Korean noodles tonight!

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  15. Interesting spread! I loved the photos and the varieties. Yumm...

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    1. Thank you :) I tend to take loads of photos because I feel like if I were a viewer, I'd prefer photos over words

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  16. Yum... I love Korean food, that Seafood Tofu Soup looks really appetizing :)

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  17. the dishes look authentic. warm and spicy for a cold weather will be just perfect.

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    1. Yes! Luckily it was still winter so this was definitely very perfect!

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