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Posted by larry santiago on 04/30/2012
I'm from New York and I never had South Korean food so delicious. I love the atmosphere and service is always on point. I often travel to Florida and Myungga is a must stop. This is where you take a family to eat like a family.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/21/2010
This place never gets old. The service is always friendly and efficient. It may be pricey, but the lunch specials are a great deal for how much very high quality food you're getting for around 8 bucks. Meals are served in typical Korean fashion, with a generous sprinkling of little side dishes like little pot stickers, kimchi cucumbers, or a very tasty salad (hot tea too). The main dishes are all incredibly tasty as well, judging by the 4 that I've tried. Eat here as soon as you get a chance!
Posted by Sara on 07/14/2008
The first time I went to this restaurant I was amazed at how authentic and delicious the food was! You must try the kimchee pancakes and the Galbi! Also they are known for their tofu soups. For desert you must get the mochi ice cream and their traditional cinnamon sweet tea. That is my boyfriend's favorite tea ever! I highly recommend this korean restaurant.
Posted by Weston local on 06/20/2008
Myung Ga is by far the best tasting Korean restaurant in South Florida...all things considered. If you like oysters, try their fried oysters (called oyster pancakes) - they make an excellent appetizer! They are flash fried so the oyster's texture and flavor are fully preserved and perhaps still raw, but absolutely delicious. I have tried their Galbee (marinated short ribs) and love it. They cut their ribs thin so the meat is fully marinated. Their hot pot soups with tofu are also delicious, and I'm not even a big fan of tofu, but I tried their seafood tofu soup and really enjoyed it - the tofu's texture was silky and the seafood used in the soup was really fresh. They've done a great job with this authentic Korean staple - excellent during a cold evening (which unfortunately is rare in Florida). I've been there many times now and they've always had very attentive service. Note that they do not have the grills at the table, so if you're looking to cook the barbecue yourself at the table, they don't offer that option here, but at least your clothes don't absorb all of the smells, either. Definetly try this one out if you are looking for good Korean food. They are a little pricey compared to other Korean restaurants, but their better quality and taste is worth it!