Spotlight: Myung Ga Tofu & Barbecue Restaurant

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Always on the hunt for authentic Asian cuisine, I stumbled upon this Korean restaurant located in Weston, FL. Myung Ga Tofu and Barbecue is an authentic Korean restaurant serving up the west side of Broward county. Personally, it’s rather difficult to find authentically good restaurants on this side of town, so this restaurant is a breath of fresh air being surrounded by the major chain restaurants.

Walking in, the first thing you should notice is the decor: walls lined with wood in symmetrical patterns and decorated with pails filled with wooden spoons and forks as the servers appear to be entering a house giving the restaurant an almost outdoor – but really indoor – feel (maybe you just have to see if for yourself).

They serve up the traditional dishes sans self-cooking which saves you a day of walking around smelling of Korean barbecue. Upon sitting, you’re greeted with hot tea that has hints of rice (YUM!). My personal favorites are the Bulgogi and Kalbi family-style dishes which comes with rice and all the Korean side dishes. Recently I’ve tried their Seafood Tofu Soup (easily became my favorite dish on the menu) which consisted of chunks of tofu, shrimp, oysters, and scallops with a raw egg that you can add to enhance the flavor.

Although some prices may seem on the high side, take into account that portions are meant to serve a group of people, not just for one! It’s always easy to pick the normal barbecue dishes, but take a good look into their menu. They serve a wide variety that can easily satisfy any craving you may have. So stop on by if you’re ever in the Weston area, I promise it won’t disappoint!

-Ayeh
@_ayeeeh

Myung Ga Tofu and Barbecue
1944 Weston Rd
Weston, FL 33326

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Categories: Fort Lauderdale, Restaurant Reviews

Author:ayeeeh

Addicted to Asian cuisine & spicy foods. Closet video game & comic nerd. Aspiring makeup artist & optometrist. Forever curious & loves gaining new perspectives.

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