We just came back from a nice dinner at Miga, which is a Korean/Japanese restaurant in Copenhagen. Korean food can be really spicy, but we stayed on the safe side and the spiciest thing on our table was the kimchi, which was served along with the food.
We had bulgogi, which is thinly sliced, marinated beef that you wrap in lettuce leaves. It’s one of my favorite Korean dishes and the bulgogi we had at Miga was delicious. We also had a big bowl of oxtail soup and a dish with fried vegetables, which might have been from the Japanese section of the menu. The three dishes made up a tasty and solid meal, which was exactly what we needed.
I really liked Miga. The food was delicious, the settings were nice and the staff was friendly. There aren’t many Korean restaurants in Copenhagen, and the ones I’ve previously visited hadn’t left much of an impression, so I’m happy to have discovered Miga.
The rest of the evening will be spent watching TV and eating candy. We will try not to go to bed too late since we have to get up early in the morning tomorrow, when we’ll be attending a wedding party in Sweden.