I have always been curious about Miura whenever I am on my way to church. Given the fact that they are waffles, I thought that Miura was only a breakfast and lunch place. Turns out, they serve really interesting waffle dinner options as well. Jacky and I decided to go visit on a Sunday night since Urbanspoon mentioned that they have a Bulgogi Sando. “Sando” is derived from “Sandowicchi” which means sandwich in Japanese. Waffles have never been an evening food option for me, so I was in for something…outside of my comfort zone.
Jacky had the Kaachan Karaage (slightly cheaper than Bulgogi Sando) with soy- ginger chicken, Asian slaw with thousand island sauce. Overall it was okay, but the only two things that didn’t make his experience so well was how dry the karaage was and the idea of waffles as sandwiches for dinner seemed extremely abnormal to him. The only sauce he tasted was the thousand island dressing and nothing else.
Slightly dry just by looking at it.
Since everyone recommended the Bulgogi Sando (CAD8.49) on Urbanspoon and Foursquare, I decided to go with the flow. The waffle was hot and the juice inside from the kimchi was kept warm. On the other hand, I was quite disappointed with this sando because I couldn’t taste any beef and the whole thing was basically Bulgogi sauce, kimchi and tons of egg. I got to the point where I scraped off all the egg in the last few bites because the combination of kimchi and egg was odd and unbearable.
Can you even see the beef at all…? I have to admit that the kimchi was pretty good and it tasted authentic but there was too much egg and too little beef.