Gabose offers lots of Seoul food

If you like to toy around with your comestibles, the bulgogi table is nothing short of a gastronomic playground. Not only do you get to throw food onto the grill but the typical Korean meal features three to 12 small bowls of shared, bite-sized garnishings ("banchan") in neat concentric circles around the center grill. They include red chili paste, a miso-tasting soybean paste, marinated olives and mushrooms, garlic-sautéed broccoli rabe, raw garlic and jalapeño slices, strips of fish cake in chili sauce, kimchee pickled cucumbers, and, of course, regular cabbage kimchee. Barbecue offerings that don't require the special table but still come with a bounty of banchan to play with include pork, short ribs, sirloin steak, squid, eel, mackerel, and Korean yellow fish.

You can roll your hand around this, but better to try the Korean food.
Colby Katz
You can roll your hand around this, but better to try the Korean food.

Location Info


Gabose Restaurant

4491 N. University Drive
Lauderhill, FL 33351

Category: Restaurant > Japanese

Region: Sunrise/Plantation


954-572-4800. Lunch and dinner 11:30 a.m. till 10:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, till 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
4991 N. University Dr., Lauderhill

Not much in the way of desserts, perhaps because Koreans consider it rude to overeat. I hope I didn't offend, but I definitely overate, even without dessert. In my defense, I maintain that the food at Gabose Restaurant is so darn delicious, it's nearly impossible not to.

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