Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Bulgogi Brothers

Hi everyone!  Another, what's for dinner tonight post.  Well, it was dinner a few weeks back.  We ate at Bulgogi Brothers Restaurant.  Bulgogi Brothers is a Korean restaurant that specializes in, you guessed it1  Bulgogi!  According to their website, Bulgogi is a term for all meats cooked with seasonings over a fire.  Well, in the case of the resto, the raw meat is served to you and you can cook it over an induction stove.  Each table has an induction stove.

These are the on-the-house appetizers that they serve.

And this is what we ordered...Noon Kkotdeungsim.  The meat is ribeye portion.  The meat is tender and tastes good.  It doesn't need any seasonings because once cooked, it's tasty on its own.

These are the condiments that come with the beef.  You can either use red sauce (sweet), salt or spicy sauce.  As I have said, the beef can stand on its own.  It tastes good even without the spices.  But if you want an extra zing to the beef, you can dip it in the spicy sauce.  Yum!

And of course, the requisite bibimbap.  Bibimbap is "mixed rice".  It has vegetables, beef and the tasty sauce.  It's not spicy even if they put in the red sauce.  It is really good!  The bibimbap is a meal by itself.
We did not order dessert since we were already full after the meal.  The servings are big and true to the waiter's estimation.  Our waitress said that our order of bibimbap and beef were good for 2-3 persons.  Well, she was right.  There was 2 of us and we finished all of it.

All in all, I had a good time at Bulgogi Brothers.  The food was good and the staff was knowledgeable about the menu and efficient.

If you want Korean food, then head on over at Bulgogi Brothers.  Thanks for dropping by!

1 comment:

  1. HI Marge!!! you got me so hungry with this post.

    btw, regarding my rainbow pancales...i love my pancakes in butter. I know! The butter gets burnt easily. "pinch" of butter lang for each pancake. And make sure to use those non stick pans. And no, the food color does not transfer to the oil or to other color. In fact i cooked purple first, then blue... you can see it on the layers.

    have fun cooking your own version of these. You can mix two colors too to create new shade of pancake. FUN!