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Korean Restaurants/Markets in Broward/Miami areas

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I am searching for korean restaurants and markets in broward/miami/palm beach area-
i miss hanah rheum in new jersey and korean green grocers.

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    1. There is a Korean market on 441 just north of Hollywood Blvd. I can't read the name, it's in Korean ;). The sign does say Asian Market, though.

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      1. re: Bryony

        There's a Korean restaurant on Sheridan and 196 ave. at the Bergeron Plaza, it's called K. Bistro, haven't been there yet. Broward County by the way.

        1. re: Bryony

          I shop there a lot, and my credit card statements come back with the merchant listed as "Seoul Food", which is so witty that I can't believe they don't play that up on their sign.

          I prefer the premade kimchi from the market across the street (in the strip mall on the SW corner of Hollywood and 441). But I was looking for commercial real estate recently, and saw a picture of the store - it is going to disappear!

        2. Great Korean barbecue on University at 50th Street on the west side of the street called Gaboose. There is an okay asian market across the street, don't remeber the name but it's in the strip mall with as white sign with green lettering. Theres a better market on State Rd 7 about a mile north of Oakland Park, 4245 N State Road 7.

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          1. re: FtLaudBob

            I think that you mean:
            Gabose Korean & Japanese Restaurant
            4991 N University Dr
            Lauderhill, FL 33351
            954-572-4800

            Haven't been there, but eager to try. Does it compare favorably to Myung Ga Tofu & Barbecue, out in Weston?

          2. IMO,

            Best Korean Restaurant is Gabose on University between Oakland and Commercial
            Best Korean Grocer is at NW Corner Oakland and University. We do alot of Korean cooking in the house and this place has it all. Dedicated to korean as opposed to most other places which are a much bigger mix and mostly chinese, japanese, or vietnamese around here.

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            1. re: Raboi

              I agree 110%. Gabose, especially if you choose the charcoal grilling at your table, is as good or better than anything I've experienced in NY or L.A.