Pork bibimbap from Paik’s Bibim. Photo: ST File
Korean bibimbap bowls are a good way to tuck into meat, vegetables and carbs all at once.
At Paik’s Bibim, the bibimbap does not come with an egg, nor is not served in a hot stone bowl. Instead, it has a variety of vegetables and a choice of meat (from $7.90) or seafood ($8.90).
The pork bibimbap comes with minced pork, bean sprouts, mushrooms and julienned radish, carrot and cucumber. Mix everything with the spicy gochujang and it makes a filling meal.
Noodle options ($7.90 each) are also available, such as warm noodles with soya sauce and spicy bibim noodles.
This South Korean fast-food concept is by Korean celebrity chef Baek Jong Won, who started the Korean barbecue chain Bornga in 2012.
WHERE: Paik’s Bibim – seven outlets including Jem, 50 Jurong Gateway Road, B1-K2; VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, 02-125; and CityLink Mall, 1 Raffles Link, B1-19
MRT: Jurong East
OPEN: 11.30am to 9.30pm daily
INFO: Go to www.paiksbibim.com