Krzysiu said:the best korean restaurant is the one across from Clinton's on the south side of bloor/clinton. their kimchi soon tofu is stellar.
I love the pork bone soup from Ka Chi on Bloor... wasn't too impressed with their bibimbap though.MoFo said:I had the pork bone soup at Kai-chi and it was great. But I don't know, my friend Henry eats Korean good all the time and swears by this place.
I found the food less bland than others.
bulgogi IS bbq'd meat. So yes, they sometimes put bulgogi on top of bibimbap. It may not be traditional, I'm not sure, but some places do it.bArHo said:I have never had bulgogi in my bibimbop. EVER. Whoever is doing that is wrong. While the idea might be tasty, that's not traditional. Its usually seasoned ground beef thats paired with bibimbop, not bulgogi.
yeah, it's usually beef... but chicken or pork isn't very popular in korean bbq. So if it's korean bbq, it's usually beef and some seafood. Which means that bulgogi, bbq'd meat, usually just means beef.catilyst said:In a broad sense this is correct, however, for what it's worth, I've never seen bulgogi on a menu that wasn't beef.
Michlerish said:yeah, it's usually beef... but chicken or pork isn't very popular in korean bbq. So if it's korean bbq, it's usually beef and some seafood. Which means that bulgogi, bbq'd meat, usually just means beef.
I'm going to have to do that for dinner tonight. Moms just made a big batch of bulgogi last night. Dinner is going to be faaaaaaaaaaaantastic.Michlerish said:bulgogi IS bbq'd meat. So yes, they sometimes put bulgogi on top of bibimbap. It may not be traditional, I'm not sure, but some places do it.
I was hoping to get a chance to try their outside barbeque stuff in the summer but never got a chance.kat said:that places is open literally 24/7 365 days a year. and it makes excellent 4am drunk food or new years day hangover food.
so true. I'm not a huge fan of the pork but when my fam goes out my dad is hella bent on ordering that and it gets served at family gatherings too, totally trumping bulgogi.swilly said:I have to say I fully disagree with you. In Korea Pork is King and beef while respected is not nearly as popular or widely eaten. The sheer volume of Sam gyup sal restaurents in comparison to nearly all other type of restuarants alone is ridiculas( in Korea).
san is really good for it as well. north side of queen, just west of bathurst.alexd said:That is it!!! A friend took me to dinner tonight and she ordered it. I had a taste and it was amazing. We went to Oja noodle. Are there any other recommended places for it in town?