Despite its name, you won't find any bulgogi in this dish, as pieces of cubed sesame chicken covered in a kung pao sauce (a dark soy-based dressing with garlic, ginger, and sambal) take center stage here. "It's tangy and spicy," says John, an employee. One connection this does have to KBBQ is that it's topped with a kimchee slaw. While it's not exactly a traditional kimchee, it'll cut through the sweet chili sauce with a mix of red peppers, onions, and green beans.
Let's not beef around the bush here (that's the saying, right?) -- this is a huge plate of flank steak. And there are veggies too, sure. But it's a lot of beef, along with a mix of celery, carrots, and green onions. And this is yet another dish for those who want to spice up their life, like that group of British women who briefly entranced America in the early '90s. "I'm a big fan of the mix of savory and heat in this dish," says Marc, a server trainer.