Bibimbop is one of Korea’s signature dishes which translates to “mixed rice with meat and assorted vegetables”. There can be endless variations to this dish depending on your preference and dietary requirements. It is served in a bowl of steamed rice with a variety of seasoned vegetables, a choice of marinated meat, seafood or tofu and is topped off with an egg and sesame seeds. Add Gochujang (Korean chili paste) or two other house made sauces to make it spicier and tastier.
Dolsot (Hot Stone) Bibimbop option is served in a scorching earthenware pot so it is hot in temperature until the very last bite. Whether your preferred option is cold or hot, Bibimbop makes your meal fantastic and delightful!
Japchae – Sweet potato noodle stirred in sesame oil and garnished with toasted sesame seeds, Japchae has a perfect balance of sweet and savory flavor and mouthwatering fragrance that you will surely fall in love with.
Kimchi – Critically vital and quintessential to any Korean meal. It is a vegetable dish – chili pickled cabbage that is preserved and lightly fermented in bright red chili flakes, highly seasoned with pepper and garlic and contains amounts of good nutrition such as vitamin C and fiber.
Bulgogi (literally fire + meat) – Marinated sliced rib-eye. Another famous Korean specialty barbecued meat. While it’s normally made with beef/brisket, Bulgogi can be made with thin strips of pork or chicken. Before the meat is grilled, it’s marinated in soy sauce with garlic and sesame oil.