An ever-buzzing Korean diner with classic dishes and top-notch cocktails.
If jam-packed tables are a barometer of quality, Bibimbap is doing a great job at presenting Korean food to Glasgow. Its kaleidoscopic umbrella-studded ceiling and compact tables lining a narrow corridor echo a street food theme commonly found in many Asian restaurants. The décor definitely gives it character, but it’s the cooking that makes it truly stand out. The flagship bibimbap, a bowl of warm rice, sauces and veg – while definitely praiseworthy – is merely one of a stellar cast of dishes on offer. Dispensing the traditional starter/mains concept, food is served as soon as its cooked, and the sparse intermezzos between dishes pass quickly while sipping on a cocktail with Korean soju. The fluffy jeons – savoury fried pancakes made with seafood, kimchi or potato – are a good appetite-opener. The opulent bibimbap and deobaps are filling enough to stand in for a whole meal. If you’re up for more smaller and diverse portions, a wok-fried dish such as the tender bulgogi or sauce-laden cheese deobaps, with one of the rice rolls will do the trick.
- Delivery: G1 area, £2
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Halal options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Disco, electronic music
- Live entertainment: DJ sets Fri/Sat 8–9pm
- Capacity: 30 (4 outdoors)
- Largest group: No bookings
- Open since: 2018
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
- House wine: £17 per bottle
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