In a strip mall of yesteryear this non-descript restaurant is worth the drive. Gabose means "let's eat" in Korean. Patrons can ponder an expansive menu with items that may be difficult to pronounce, but delicious to eat. I started with mool mandu—steamed beef and vegetable dumplings—before moving onto chicken gui. Entrées are served with several side dishes. Another option is to cook your own meal at your heated tabletop. This options fills up fast so it is best to call ahead for reservations. For those of you that are not daring enough to try Korean fare, there are a slew of Japanese dishes also available, including sushi. It's casual here as light wood tones and throwback hues accent the décor.