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Myung Ga Tofu & BBQ - Closed

4207-4213 NW 107th Ave.
Doral, FL 33178


  • Sun,Sat 11am-11pm, Mon-Fri 10:30am-10:30pm
  • $$, $$$
  • Catering, Kid Friendly, Private Party, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair accessible
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Parking Lot Available
  • Reservations Accepted, Reservations Not Necessary
Unlike traditional Korean barbecue houses, Myung Ga doesn't have the built-in tabletop grills that have turned this nation's barbecue meals into dinner and a show. But the galbi (short ribs, grilled after a nice, long bath in one of Korea's unique, complexly balanced soy/fruit marinades) and boolgogi (grilled, thinly sliced marinated beef) are still habit-formingly good, even though they're prepared in the kitchen. Tofu, the featured item in 10 soups plus a tasty fried tofu steak starter, is also excellent, served with soy-based and hot sauces that turn the creamy but bland bean curd squares into savory custards. All entrées come with a full banchan (side dish) assortment - sesame-dressed bean sprouts, cukes in chili sauce, a soothing green salad, spicy fermented kim chee (Korea's national dish), and several more crunchy accompaniments that make the meal as healthy as it is tasty.

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