Gogi Gui Korean Grill

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The fresh bibimbap bowl at Gogi Gui Korean Grill. Photo by Brandon Scott.
The fresh bibimbap bowl at Gogi Gui Korean Grill. Photo by Brandon Scott.

Gogi Gui Korean Grill is an unexpected blend of influences. A small diner located in a modest strip mall at Tulsa’s 31st Street and Sheridan Road, Gogi Gui (go-gee goo-ee) takes its name from the Korean word roughly translated as “barbecued meat.” Take a look at the menu, because that’s where the real fun begins. At Gogi Gui, Korean fusion means traditional Korean grilled dishes are offered along with street tacos, burgers and fries. The galbi short ribs and beef bulgogi, both traditional to Korean culture are brought to the table with four popular banchan, or sides: kimchi cabbage, seared tofu, kongnamul (bean sprouts in oil and kosher salt) and sesame cabbage. Burgers are flavored in kimchi and Korean-style marinades, while the bulgogi tacos – beef or pork – are seasoned in spicy bulgogi sauce and topped with a tangy Asian cabbage slaw. Fries? They’re not typical, either: Gogi fries are tossed in sesame oil and Korean chili powder before other ingredients (included caramelized kimchi and bulgogi beef or pork) are added. There’s plenty from where that came. 6380 E. 31st St., Tulsa. www.gogiguikoreangrill.com

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