Midam has been around since my high school days, so there is always a certain sense of nostalgia when I dine here. I remember the way it used to look before they became a basketball shrine.
Interesting decor aside, the bingsoo here is always delicious. I have had their lunch sets before, but I would say skip their food and go straight for their desserts. It’s never super busy when I’m here, so it’s a decent place to hang around and catch up at.
I’ve had their Mango bingsoom, Injeolmi bingsoo and their green tea bingsoo. All of them were delicious and good to share with another person.
The only downside is that the restaurant has a strong leaking gas smell which is unfortunate.