From cheesy rice cake specialties to spare ribs that have been marinated for 48 hours, these five restaurants are serving some of the best Korean BBQ in the city.
A whole new concept in Korean food is coming to town: BibiFresh. The brain child of Marja Vongerichten, the host of PBS’ Kimchi Chronicles, visited The Couch to give us a taste.
Bob & Jo is a food truck that hit the street a little over a year ago serving what they call “Korean fusion cuisine.” We’re not sure where the “fusion” comes in because the menu looks pretty traditional, but the food is good, which is what matters.
This was a tasty, healthy meal. The pork pieces were grilled and had a little spiciness to them. There were also two hot sauces available on the side if you want more heat – gochujang (chili paste) and sriracha (hot sauce).
These weren’t the best dumplings I’ve ever had, but they were decent, and with 6 dumplings for $4, it was a good value. An even better value was the spicy chicken over rice.