The Bulgogi Bibimbap (P 395), loaded with thin strips of beef and vegetables on rice, topped with an egg. Pour some hot sauce and mix it all up for a great rice dish, a meal in itself.
For starters, we had a beef salad, Sogogi Naengchae (P 350), with tender strips of beef on fresh, crisp vegetables with a sweet Asian style dressing. Though you get some complementary starters at Bulgogi Brothers like the traditional Banchan plates of pickled vegetables and kimchi, I wanted to have a salad with beef. The beef salad was refreshing, with the sweetness of the dressing combining perfectly with the beef and vegetables.