I ordered the Bibimbap – there are three different types, but I ordered the Bulgogi ($9). I also love the Kim Mari which is deep fried seaweed with vermicelli in the middle ($1.50/piece).
The dish comes with kimchi and clear soup. They will also serve you tea if you’re eating in. The vegetables in my bibimbap were nice and fresh, the meat was ok, a little on the dry side but still enjoyable. I was a little surprised how filling this dish was as I was nearing the end of my meal – so it may not look like much initially but it is a good portion.
I liked the Kim Mari, it was nice and crispy on the outside and the vermicelli was slightly sweet and chewy on the inside.
I love Korean food and if I’m craving a filling bibimbap in this area, I’d definitely revisit again.