Something every Londoner needs to try at least once is a bibimbap.
For the uninitiated, it’s a Korean mixed dish of rice, vegetables, meat (usually beef), red chilli paste with an egg broken on top, sunny side up.
The whole thing cooks at the table in a large, hot bowl and you eat the meal as it cooks in front of you.
It’s not only a large, hearty meal but – as with all Korean food – it’s an entire experience.
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