So we've been doing this thing in Gangnam where we just walk around and find random restaurants to eat in. Well today we decided to eat in Mies Container. We've passed this place before, it is right beside Wonder Ground. Last time we noticed there was a line to get into the restaurant which made us very curious to see what was happening there. Mies container is really interesting, inside actually looks like a factory. It is all men that work there. Their uniform looks like they work in a car garage; they wear a white tank top, black pants with a shirt around their wait and a hat. I can see what the appeal is here, especially for women.
To order you have to go to the cashier and place your order, after you've been seated, then one of the waiter will bring your food. The prices are not too bad. The first thing we ordered was this bourbon honey slush. It was DELICIOUS! It cost 6,000 won. It was like an alcoholic daiquiri. Reminds me of wet willies in Miami which is a daiquiri bar. They give you a hard hat with a number which is your order number.
To eat, I ordered barbecue chicken dish; which comes with either french fries or potatoes, salad, corn, fried squid and crackers and dip. This was 19,000 won. Jung had barbecue chicken salad, with potato wedges and some corn mixed stuff on top. The food was delicious and too much. We were sooooo full. A lot of people were getting dishes to split but since it was our first time we didn't know.
All the chairs at each table were all different. It was a really cool atmosphere. It was a younger vibe and they played a lot of EDM and hip hop. The music was loud but you could hear people talk sitting around you.
Usually I have favorite restaurants, but so far all these new places I've been going to have been really great. They all have different things that I like about them, but I know I will be going back there soon. Which is why i didn't take many pictures. Next time I will sit on the bottom floor because it seemed to have more excitement than upstairs.
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