Bibim bob, commonly romanized as “bibimbap”, is a Korean term that translates to “mixed rice”. It comes in the form of a rice bowl mixed with an assortment of meat and vegetables coated with seasonings like gochujang paste and sesame oil, often topped with a fried egg. Historically, Korean would prepare bibimbap by mixing together all of the foods offered at an ancestral rite. It is indicative of the values of balance that are so salient in Korean philosophy.
If you’ve never tried bibimbap before, come and see what you’re missing at our Lynnwood Korean barbeque. Simple and flavorful, it’s a great first dish to try for people who are new to Korean cuisine.