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O.B. Gluten-free-icon
오리지널 비빔밥

The Original Bibimbap that started it all for us. Nothing but respect for this classic Korean goodness. Hit it with that gochujang and then get your mix on.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Ribeye Bulgogi
  • Korean White Rice
  • Sweet + Sour Radish
  • Marinated Mung Bean Sprouts
  • Spicy Potato
  • Sesame Spinach
  • Heart Shaped Egg
  • Gochujang

Oh, You Spicy Huh? Gluten-free-icon
오리지널 비빔밥

You know, a lot of people be thinking this one’s for them. This is not to get confused. This one’s for the spicy few.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Spicy Korean Chicken
  • Korean White Rice
  • Cucumber Kimchi
  • Napa Cabbage Kimchi
  • Spicy Potato
  • Heart Shaped Egg
  • Gochujang

Oh You Spicy!

Fish Better Have My Money! Gluten-free-icon

물고기는 내 돈을 더 잘 가져라!

This bowl is ballin’ bigger than LeBron. We marinate the cod in a R$CH Korean Miso Sauce for 24 – 48 hours and then make it rain with that shredded gim and a touch of gold. We did not come to play.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Korean Miso Cod
  • Forbidden Rice
  • Sesame Spinach
  • Marinated Mung Bean Sprouts
  • Shredded Zucchini
  • Shredded Gim
  • Gold Flakes
  • Funky Sauce

Phat Buddha Gluten-free-iconPlant-based-icon

팟 부처

Buddha says, ’Three things cannot be long hidden; the sun, the moon, and your hanger.’ Ok, maybe that’s not exactly how it goes but this protein packed, plant based bowl will bring your belly zen and save you time coz you won’t need to apologize for what you said when you were hangry.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Adashah
  • Forbidden Rice
  • Sweet + Sour Radish
  • Marinated Mung Bean Sprouts
  • Spicy Potato
  • Sesame Spinach
  • Shredded Gim
  • Choice of Sauce

Phat Buddha

Impos-Seoul-ible Gluten-free-iconPlant-based-icon

불가능한

Oh, you’re into reducing your carbon footprint by eating less meat? Well swipe right honey coz you just might be our Seoulmate. Our plan(e)t friendly version of the O.B.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Impossible Bulgogi Meatballs
  • Korean White Rice
  • Sweet + Sour Radish
  • Marinated Mung Bean Sprouts
  • Spicy Potato
  • Sesame Spinach
  • Shredded Gim
  • Gochujang

우리 친구하자

Let’s Be Friends!

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