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Gabose Korean & Japanese Restaurant

October 8, 2009

As I have mentioned earlier, there is a lack of Asian food in the South Florida area. There are no true Korean places in the Miami area. The closest place is in the Lauderhill area and it is worth the drive.

Gabose Korean & Japanese Restaurant (4991 N University Dr, Lauderhill, FL 33351) is probably the closest thing to a true Korean restaurant in the South Florida area. The family that runs it is very friendly and they are willing to help you in any way.

They have the traditional charcoal BBQ, gas BBQ, and a non-BBQ area. We opted to go with the traditional charcoal BBQ. We started off with the Seafood Pajun (pancake), which was crispy and filled with the seafood delights. The dolsot bimbimbap was tasty as usual. We also ordered 2 types of kalbi and an order of cow tongue. Although the banchan was not impressive if one compares it to the Korean restaurants in Fort Lee, New Jersey; it was definitely impressive for South Florida. The kalbi was well seasoned, as well as the cow tongue, which was sliced thin and tasted amazing with its sauce.

Overall, we had a positive experience and hope to come around the area again.

P.S. – No pictures right now, as my camera was “borrowed” by the folks at Mumbai’s international airport.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 17, 2010 9:38 pm

    Thanks for the review. I’m in the South Florida area and have never tried Korean food. It might require a road trip.
    http://culinarydelights.wordpress.com

    • Hiroki permalink*
      March 18, 2010 12:04 pm

      It is definitely worth the trip. I would suggest bringing at least 2-3 people, so you guys can share and try everything.

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