Bibimfresh Signature Bowl
(kale, oak leaf, onion, pear, red cabbage, carrots and sashimi served with chojang sauce)
Fresh and healthy!
(deep fried seaweed rolls filled with glass noodles)
I had never come across anything like this before so was curious to try these out. These little parcels of deep fried goodness had great crunch but needed the dipping sauce as they were quite bland.
(rice cakes served with Korean style carbonara sauce, mushroom, prawns and bacon)
Small portion aside, I really enjoyed this carbonara dish! And the combination with the ddokbokki wasn’t anything extreme so this dish worked well for me.
Spicy Seafood and Tofu Soup
(spicy soup with soft tofu, vegetables, and seafood served with white rice)
Mildly spicy with lots of tofu.
Kimchi Fried Rice
(kimchi fried rice, pork, fried egg)
The runny yolk mixed with the spicy fried rice made this really tasty.
This delicate sponge cake wasn’t overly sweet (which was nice), and had a distinctive matcha taste.
I loved all the awesome air plants that they had on each table.
Bibimfresh isn’t your typical Korean joint. This place is bright and spacious, and offers a unique menu of delicious fusion food. From customised quinoa bibimbap and green juice to fried chicken and poutine fries, there is definitely something here for everyone.
Shop 9, 108 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC
(03) 9654 2371
Has this place been renamed Seouljaboy?
Yep! I think this happened fairly recently 🙂