Traditional bings are prepared with a mung bean batter (a green protein-heavy legume) rather than traditional flour. The pancakes are then stuffed with scrambled eggs, crispy wontons, and a sesame-scallion-hoisin sauce, before being folded and served immediately. Best of all for busy New Yorkers, the whole process only takes around three minutes.
Goldberg’s iteration isn’t completely authentic -- he’s added protein (like Peking duck, BBQ pork, and chicken) to the original recipe as a way of making the dish a full-fledged lunch or dinner item. So far, it seems to be working. Mr. Bring has plans to expand to two new locations in Flatiron and Chelsea soon.
Check out the video above to learn more about why you should ditch your standard lunch time order.