Restaurant: Mama Miya

Down a little alley and path in Itaewon, J stumbled upon this Italian restaurant. The sign that can be seen from the side street is definitely eye-catching, if a little misleading. Even so, I’m glad he walked down that alley to check it out because it turned out being this cozy and nice little Italian place called Mama Miya. The pasta was tasty and filling (mine was anyways). The chef – Kim Miya – was friendly and real. The company wasn’t too bad either. Overall, it was a good date night.

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And this is how you know we’re in Seoul – pickles and radishes as a side dish.
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My seasonal mushroom cream sauce pasta.
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J’s pesto tagliatelle.
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