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100 Favorite Dishes -- No. 4: Gyu San From Kubo Asiatic Cuisine

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As a countdown to the Best of Broward Palm Beach 2011, coming in June, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to Deirdra.Funcheon@BrowardPalmBeach.com.

No. 4: Gyu San

But there's nothing boring about Roy Villacrusis's meaty métier. Dubbed Gyu San, it's three different cuts of Wagyu beef, prepared and garnished with a nod to three different Asian cultures. Deeply flavorful short ribs get the Korean bulgoki treatment with a side of kimchee. Equally savory skirt steak is basted with teriyaki sauce and presented with oshinko, a type of makizushi made with daikon. And top loin is marinated Philippines-style, called inihaw, and delivered with pickled vegetables. Even Og would like it. 

Kubo Asiatic Cuisine
1201 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach


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