WHAT IS GIM?
Gim is the Korean name for seaweed.
WHAT IS BANCHAN?
The Korean small plates called banchan (which literally translates to “side dishes,”) are served ahead of the main course, but they’re not appetizers. They represent a category unto themselves: snacks-within-a-meal that function as complements, contrasts, and condiments all at once. And they’re totally necessary.
WHAT IS KOREAN MISO?
Deonjang (pronounced DEN-jahng) the Korean fermented soybean paste that’s like Japanese miso’s pushy-in-a-good-way cousin. We make ours in house using our family recipe.
DO YOU HAVE VEGAN AND GLUTEN FREE OPTIONS?
Why yes we do! We have plenty of options for both gluten-free and vegan diets.
HOW CAN WE GET IN TOUCH?
Email us at yeoboseyo@2KoreanGirls.com or slide in our DM’s on our Facebook or Instagram @2koreangirls.
HOW DO I ORDER?
YOU WANT TO LICENSE 2 KOREAN GIRLS
We’re so flattered that you love us. Please email us at yeoboseyo@2KoreanGirls.com to learn more about licensing 2 Korean Girls!
ISSUES WITH AN ORDER PLACED ON A 3RD PARTY DELIVERY SITE
For most delivery or pickup order issues, you’ll need to contact the Customer Support Team from the 3rd party delivery platform that you used to place your order. Including: delayed or lost delivery driver, adjustments, credits or refunds.
Fresher Than You
Sisters Michele and Jennifer Kaminski learned the power of female entrepreneurship early on, watching their mother Chom “Sunny” Kaminski run a Korean restaurant in Indiana. Though the sisters went into different industries, they’ve come back to hospitality this past year with the opening of 2 Korean Girls, a delivery and takeout only restaurant that gives their native food some modern amenities.Read more
If you’re in Miami this weekend, this is where you’ll want to be on Sunday afternoon. The SOBEWFF Artisan Food Market on Lincoln Roadis back with a line-up featuring some of the city’s best homegrown culinary talent. The first edition of this delicious market took place in January and has plans to continue through May when the 2021 Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One is scheduled to occur.Read more
Sisters Jennifer and Michele Kaminski opened this eatery because they felt there wasn’t enough Korean cuisine representation in Miami (an understatement to say the least). This long-term pop-up offers the Kaminski family recipes with a menu that includes signature dishes such as ribeye bulgogi with Korean white rice, sesame spinach, marinated mung bean sprouts, sweet and sour radish, spicy potato, fried egg and gochujang paste.Read more
‘2 Korean Girls’ make their signature dish.Read more
Jennifer and Michele Kaminski had actually been thinking about their admittedly abnormal dining concept for a few years now but just never took that first step. It came about when a simple thought occurred to them: why don’t more Americans appreciate the humble-but-amazing bibimbap (bee-bum-BAHP’)?Read more
Sisters Jennifer and Michele Kaminski channeled years of watching their mother, Chom “Sunny” Kaminski cook at her Indiana restaurant. Seeing a need for delicious Korean food in Miami, they opened 2 Korean Girls with a little help from culinary veteran Allen Susser.Read more
Miami Herald: Fast-casual food just got an upgrade in Coconut Grove, thanks to two sisters, their chef mother and a longtime Miami culinary luminary.Read more
2 Korean Girls is celebrating Lunar New Year with an exclusive Korean New Year dish offer, Impossible Kimchi Mandu ($10) and Spicy Crab Mandu ($12), only available this weekend for takeout and delivery. The Korean Dumplings are served with a side of Umma’s special Korean Teriyaki sauce for dipping.Read more
A pop-up concept that honors the tradition of Korean cuisine while also serving today’s emphasis on health-conscious menu options is generating some fast-casual buzz in Coconut Grove. Jennifer and Michele Kaminski are the siblings behind 2 Korean Girls, a delivery and takeout concept that also includes their mother—Chom “Sunny” Kaminski, a cook whose line of Korean sauces and seasonings is sold at specialty markets all over the country—as well as James Beard award-winning chef Allen Susser.Read more
2 Korean Girls es un nuevo restaurante coreano de entrega y comida para llevar en Coconut Grove. Sirven platos como bibimbap, arroz frito con kimchee y bowls personalizables. Puedes ordenar en línea para entrega o recogida en su cocina fantasma de Coconut Grove.Read more
Laine Doss (Miami New Times): I have to say the only meal that brought a real, genuine smile to my face was by 2 Korean Girls.Read more
2 Korean Girls, Miami’s newest delivery & takeout pop-up officially launched on December 1st. Founded by sisters Jennifer & Michele Kaminski in collaboration with their mother Chom “Sunny” Kaminski and James Beard award-winning Chef Allen Susser, 2 Korean Girls is equal parts contemporary flair and old school authenticity, delivering delicious Korean specialties and classic Bibimbap inspired bowls to Miami.Read more
WHAT: Sisters Jennifer and Michele Kaminski deliver Korean specialties and classic Bibimbap-inspired bowls to Miami. Collaborating with their mother, Chom “Sunny” Kaminski, chef Allen Susser, 2 Korean Girls’ offerings range from classic dishes like OB – ribeye bulgogi, Korean white rice, sesame spinach, sour radish, spicy potato, fried egg and Gochujang, to Phat Buddha, using locally made lentil protein Adashah, cauliflower rice, sesame spinach and other Korean flavors.Read more
2 Korean Girls, a quick service pop-up restaurant equal parts contemporary flair and old school authenticity, is now open and serving delicious Korean specialties and classic Bibimbap inspired bowls. Their mission is to provide fresh Korean cuisine in a delivery/take-out only fast casual model very much in sync with our modern needs.Read more
2 Korean Girls, is a pop-up delivery concept serving delicious Korean specialties and classic Bibimbap inspired bowls. It was founded by sisters Jennifer and Michele Kaminski who have passion for the traditional Korean cuisine they’ve known and loved since childhood.Read more
COCONUT GROVE — Fill up on classic bibimbap-inspired bowls and other Korean dishes from newcomer 2 Korean Girls (2801a Florida Avenue). The eatery, which is only available for takeout and delivery, focuses around the bibimbap dish, a Korean staple of rice with meat, vegetables and egg.Read more
Miami Culinary Tours: On tap to hit the Miami food scene Tuesday, December 1, 2020, 2 Korean Girls, a quick service pop-up restaurant equal parts contemporary flair and old school authenticity, will deliver delicious Korean specialties and classic Bibimbap inspired bowls.Read more
Digest Miami: On tap to hit the Miami food scene Tuesday, December 1, 2020, 2 Korean Girls, a quick service pop-up restaurant made up of equal parts contemporary verve and old school veracity, will deliver savory Korean specialties and classic Bibimbap inspired bowls.Read more
The Infatuation: A New Korean Pop-Up: A new delivery and takeout-only Korean restaurant opens in Coconut Grove this week, on December 1. It’s called 2 Korean Girls and they’ll serve dishes like bibimbap, kimchee fried rice, and customizable bowls.Read more
Miami Herald article: 2 Korean Girls founded their company to fill a void in South Florida they have griped about and bonded over: the lack of satisfying local Korean food.Read more
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