미야비 – Miyavi (Hapjeong Station, Mapo-Gu)

One of my favorite izakaya. Small, quaint place and quality service and food. The chef-owner used to work at the Japanese restaurant at the Shilla Hotel. The food here is very good. What’s especially nice about this place is that it is open on Sundays.

This is what you will receive upon seating
Homemade sweet potato chips. Amazingly delicious.
The Spanish beer ? – Inedit
Suntory whiskey highball
Seasonal dish – Fresh oysters
Fluke – One of their signature dishes. It comes out in a dome filled with smoke.
Mackerel sashimi
Fried oysters
Look at that homemade tartar sauce
Braised Red Sea Bream fish head
Mapa (Spicy) fried tofu
A noodle dish
After it’s been all mixed up.
Mackerel roll
Clam soup
Seasonal dish – Steamed king crab legs
One of their signature dishes – the fried “truffle” balls
There is no truffles in this dish. It just looks like a truffle
Meat stuffed with cheese.
The sushi combo platter
A tuna roll. Not sure if this is on the menu. I think it was “service” (free)
Beef tartare
Grilled eggplant (aubergine) ?
Another signature dish – The fried potato ? + cheese + salted pollack roe (egg)
If you love cheese and fried, then this dish is for you.
Grilled meatball
The raw egg is the dipping sauce. Be sure to mix up the egg.
The famous Japanese hot pot – Motsunabe – which the main ingredient is beef large intestine.
Beef intestine.
You have to like offal to order this dish.
Futomaki
Seasonal Dish – Cold sashimi soup.
Seasonal Dish – Steamed squid
The beef sukiyaki hotpot
Salted pollock roe
Fried shrimp
Sautéed clams with udon noodles
Pork iberico dish.
Uni (sea urchin) cream pasta
Nankotsu is a traditional fried Japanese dish made with chicken cartilage (that triangular cartilage from the sternum). It’s crunchy.
Dessert.
I am not sure if this dessert is on the menu. We usually get this because we’re VVIP. It’s dried persimmon stuffed with cream cheese. It’s mind blowing delicious. Be sure to ask for this when you go.
Japanese shiso leaf water ice.
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