There are few dishes in the world that inspire more love than bibimbap. While the name may sound confusing the dish is in fact simple. A bed of rice is topped with fresh vegetables, meat, and a cooked or raw egg. The dish can be served hot in a stone bowl, known as dolsot, or cold and feel more like a salad than fried rice. Either way, squirts of a spicy red chilli sauce help round off this taste-bud exploding and nutritional bowl of goodness. While the Twin Cities may not be hotbed of Korean culture, enjoying bibimbap around town is nearly as simple as the dish itself. So, we present to you, 10 of the best spots around Mpls/St. Paul to try bibimbap.
-Theresa SwaneyRead More