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Those awaiting a meal at Mingles can expect to find an award-winning menu that applies various influences to a Korean-centric culinary concept.
Those awaiting a meal at Mingles can expect to find soothing, minimalistic interiors and an award-winning menu that applies various Eastern and Western influences to a Korean-centric culinary concept. Pulling from Japanese, French, and Spanish cuisines, the two-Michelin-starred dining establishment—under the care of chef Mingoo Kang—takes pride in its careful mingling of ingredients and techniques, which are centered around seasonal ingredients and Korean fare of all types, including traditional dishes served to royalty, perfectly pickled vegetables and Kimchi, the fermented soybean Jang (a Korean essential), everyday street food, and more.
Whitewaller recommends: Ordering the chef-recommended vanilla ravioli in Korean anchovy broth.
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