Japa-rean Waffles – Miura Waffle and Milk Bar

Japa –rean (Japa-Korean) Inspired Waffles Sandwiches

Miura Waffle Menu

Just off the party streets of Granville nestles a quaint waffle café. Owned and operated by a couple, who provided exceptional service from right when we entered. Chef hard at work creating our orders Bulgogi Waffle Sando, a Korean marinated beef mixed with eggs and mayonnaise finished with kimchi in between two fluffy slices of waffle -$6 and the Fruits & Cream Waffle Sando, apples with pastry crème -$4.

Miura Busy At Work

As a self-proclaimed food explorer even I had my reservations about my Bulgogi Waffle. I was expecting a Korean fusion breakfast flop, comparable to the inedible crap Tim Horton’s call a sausage and egg biscuit. With my first timid bite into the waffle, I was pleasantly persuaded. The flavor combination of the subtle kimchi, mayo and seasoned beef hit the spot. For those who cannot take spice the kimchi was very subtle, it was more of sourness of the pickling that came through not the spiciness.

Bulgogi Waffle Sando
Fruits & Cream Waffle Sando really depends on the fruit of the season. During the summer it was berry and for the fall, apples. Pas cream was neither too heavy nor sweet. Although I have a sweet tooth the star of my palate was the Bulgogi, it is definitely one of their more creative dish, other than their Wasabi Salmon Waffle, a Salmon Wasabi Ranch combination.

Fruits & Cream Waffle Sando

When you have a craving for waffles I also recommend Patisserie Lebeau in Kitsilano, a Belgium style waffle café. Absolutely divine and knocks out Chambar, a Belgium restaurant famous for their signature dessert waffle.

829 Davie Street
Vancouver, BC
604-687-2909

Food Persuasion Level : [rating=4]
Value: [rating=4]
Service : [rating=5]
Ambiance: [rating=3]
Price: $
Cuisine: Waffle Cafe
Location: Downtown Vancouver
Miura Waffle Restaurant Menu

Miura Waffle Milk Bar on Urbanspoon

9 thoughts on “Japa-rean Waffles – Miura Waffle and Milk Bar

  1. I have tried the bulgogi waffle and I must agree! It was yummylicious and the bulgogi was very authentically korean. I eat quite a bit of korean food and I definitely will be recommending it to my korean friends!!

  2. I’ve never been here or even heard of it! I love waffles and will now have to try this place and Patisserie Lebeau, Thank you for sharing this!

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