Miura Waffle Milk Bar
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Miura Waffle Highlights

– Original creator of the Waffle sandwich – Sando
– The owners make everything in-house fresh and from scratch
– “Miura is a great spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.” – online reviewer
– Was featured on “You Gotta Eat Here”
– Daily specials and flash specials available

Avg. Price:
Under $10

Opening Hours
Mon – Thurs 11 am ~ 10 pm
Fri & Sat 11 am ~ 11 pm
Sun 11 am ~ 9 pm

Phone:
604.687.2909

Address:
2521 Main St, Vancouver (Main St & E. Broadway)

 

 

 

Miura Waffle Milk Bar's LogoThe Origin of Sando & Miura Waffle Milk Bar

The young owners have always wanted to start their own restaurant. They wanted to do something unique, something adventurous, but what? Since one loves waffles and the other loves Sandwiches, why not combine the two? This was the beginning of the first Waffle Sandwich – “Sando”.

It’s never easy being different though. Challenging the traditional way of making and eating waffle (yes, with bare hands!), Miura Waffles Milk Bar has received many resistances. However, holding onto the belief that “as long as one person love our food, we will keep going”, they have started to gain some support of this creative invention.

Miura Waffle Milk Bar featured in You Gotta Eat Here!Since then, they have created Sandos with crazy fillings such as Bulgogi beef, Hoisin pork sausage, and Wasabi salmon, inspired by the multicultural cuisines in Vancouver. Not only have they attracted many local and out of town adventurous foodies, they were even featured on the TV show – “You Gotta Eat Here”!

What impresses us the most is that the owners at Miura Waffles make everything from the waffle to the yoggy in-house from scratch using only fresh ingredients.

_MG_7718_MG_7736We tried their BULGOGI SANDO. Their most popular sando inspired by the Korean cuisine. This Savoury Sando has marinated beef baked into the moist and soft waffle, matching with egg sauce, mildly spicy kimchi, and sweet bulgogi sauce. We can tell why this is the most popular Sando. We couldn’t believe such a simple food item can have so many different layers of flavors. Just one bite and you will know what we meant._MG_7710HOISIN SANDO – inspired by the Vietnamese Bánh mì, this Sando has hoisin pork sausage baked into the waffle, complemented with cilantro, cucumber, pickled radish, and carrot.

Watch out for their continuous new creations!