All posts tagged: korean

Paris Morning Bakery

Name: Paris Morning Bakery Cuisine: Korean Bakery Location: 4900 S University Dr, Davie, FL 33328 (Also has a location in Lauderhill and one in Plantation) Paris Morning Bakery is a Korean bakery, we have been to two of their locations and have enjoyed them a lot. First the atmosphere. The place is very nicely decorated, clean, and has a modern feel to it. It is a bit different as far as: you come in, grab a tray and serve yourself what you will be buying. You can then pay for it and eat it, or you can ask the lady at the counter to wrap it up for you. The service is excellent. They are very kind and attentive. If you don’t like your drink, they will make you a new one. They are happy to assist you. The food is very good. Understand that it is a little bit different, kimchi croquettes, breads stuffed with sweet potato, sweet breads, most things are sweet. I happen to love the kimchi croquettes. It is filled with a …

Gabose Korean Barbecue

Name: Gabose Korean & Japanese Cuisine: Korean, Japanese Location: 4991 N University Dr Lauderhill, FL 33351 Gabose has won a lot of local awards. A lot of publications named it the best Korean barbecue in the area, therefore we decided we had to try it! A little information on how it works. You can choose to sit in a normal table and have food brought to you from the kitchen (boring), or you can choose to sit in the barbecue area, where you get to cook your own food. These tables are equipped with a great big whole in the center of them, this is where they will put in a bat of extremely hot coals with a metal grate on the top that will serve as your grill surface. There are exhaust vacuums hanging from the ceiling that will pull in most of the smoke and the food smells so that you wont leave smelling like a kitchen. Also it will help you control the fire, if you are getting too much flame-ups then bring the …

Korean Inspired Pancakes, The Breakfast Of Champions!

About a couple of months ago I decided to give Korean pancakes a try. They are salty, they are full of vegetables, and frankly they just looked exotically delicious. So I decided to make a classic; a green onion pancake. I printed a recipe from a reputable Korean cook, gathered my ingredients and went at it with extreme confidence, after all; How hard could it be? Well, I found out that there is a learning process to it. You can’t just add batter and fry, the onions release moisture, which make the pancake soggy if it is too thick. I learned that the egg has to be added at a certain time, that the green onions don’t always stick to the batter. Basically I made quite a few, but every try ended in me having to fix something since we Americans (at least the ones in my house) are not much for eating raw pancake mix, or raw egg, or slimy onions. So my first try ended in disappointment and me deciding that I had …