Open big in Beverly Hills after proving its worth in Westwood, Bibigo's a fast-casual spot serving up choose-your-own-adventure Korean eats in a sexy cafeteria of a space w/ Rorschach-ian art on the walls, grates and wood beams on the ceilings, and a ton of blond wood... that's what Macaulay Culkin's girlfriend said.
Their menu's anchored by a series of dishes you can get with a your-pick protein (BBQ beef, teriyaki chicken, grilled spicy pork, shrimp, err, tofu), rice (it-don't-matter-if-you're black or white), and sauce (kohot, ssam, sesame, citrus soy), or stick with composed mains like the vegetable-laden Bibigo rice, a traditional bibimbap, and a bib w/ the rice & veggies grilled up on a hot stone -- so, thanks Emma for providing The Help. Stone-free deliciousness counts tapas like fried red chicken & hot pork buns, "special dishes" including char-grilled spicy pork & chicken kimchi fried rice, and post-5p dinnerness like braised short ribs topped with shishito pepper, carrot, and green bean, a money(ball) addition for sure.
They've also got soju and beer, and will be acting as a test kitchen for prepared-food products which'll also be on sale there, with the first rollout featuring hot pepper paste, soy sauce w/ kelp extract, and seasoned soybean paste, ensuring you can keep enjoying that fine Korean flavor, even when you're Home Alone.
Published: April 3, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
225 S Beverly
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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