50 South Buckhout Street, Irvington
Irvington has a new gem and it’s called GoSū. Located at 50 South Buckhout St, GoSū is serving up delicious Asian Fusion. The name GoSū comes from two Korean words: Gogi (Korean for “meat”) and Gook-Su (Korean for “noodles”), and trust us the Gogi and Gook-Su are delicious!
If you’re looking for a chicken dish look no further than the Chicken Katsu – a delicious chicken cutlet with a barbecue sauce and spicy mayo dipping sauce combo.Want a dumpling? The Wasabi Shumi are the treat for you. These pork dumplings are infused with Wasabi and have a nice kick.
Feeling adventurous? The Ika Yaki (squid with a teriyaki glaze) is the way to go. Actually,even if you’re not feeling adventurous get the Ika Yaki – it’s that good.
You can never go wrong with a teriyaki and the Salmon Teriyaki does not disappoint.GoSū owner Tony Kim describes the restaurant as an “American restaurant serving Asian foods.” So you can find some of your favorite Asian dishes but in a non-traditional setting. Kim explains that all of his dishes have been “kid tested,” so bring the whole family and enjoy this amazing new spot!Learn More by reading this article in the Hudson Independent…Details:50 South Buckhout Street