If you follow this blog, you know that I love bibimbap, this Korean rice bowl that comes pipping hot! As we were out on a very cold day, we decided to look for a place in Korea Town. We noticed Korea Spoon.
It is a huge place with very high ceilings and another dining room on the second floor.
When you are inside, you immediately get a modern feeling.
So we got seated at one of the tables on the first floor and handed a menu that was full of appetizing photos of the dishes.
And the banchan, these little side dishes:
There, we had:
Some pumpkin salad:
And again radish (different way, spicier):
My favorites were the radishes and kimchi. I truly appreciated the pumpkin salad as it counterbalanced the heat of some of the dishes.
For bibimbap, Jodi ordered the mushroom one:
On my side, I ordered the bulgogi one (with marinated slices of beef).
When the dishes arrived, we were a bit disappointed because there was no egg and, looking at the photo on the menu, we were expecting one. Otherwise, my bibimbap was pretty good, tasty and I definitely finished it. The one from Jodi was good too, but missing flavor, despite the abundance of mushrooms.
I liked Korea Spoon: they have a decent bibimbap, but I still prefer the one at Bann, Don Bogam or Korea Palace.
Enjoy (I did)!
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