When it comes to taking food photos for social media, having a colorful and vibrant dish always helps in delivering the message. At BonChon, they created this new rice bowl to spur up your curiosity and your creative juices. The Taco Bibimbowl is a playful twist on the well-loved Korean Dish.
Launched just a few weeks ago, the TACO BIBIMBOWL is a mixture of two dominant flavors. It’s a fusion between Korean and Mexican flavors. From afar, you won’t be able to distinguish the difference between the two. A look closer, and you’ll realize it is something different and worthy of a try. Taking a photo before devouring it is a must. The experience feels complete when shared with family and friends.
Traditionally, the BIBIMBAP is a rice meal topped with different seasoned vegetables, meat and other Korean spices. Just before eating, you mix it all up to be able to taste all the parts in one bite. Here at BonChon, they gave it a spin by adding fresh salsa, soft mexican beans, nachos, and a secret Ko-Mex sauce.
A bite in and you get the best of both worlds. There were no friction between flavors. Honestly, it was like having a taco fiesta inside your mouth. The Korean Glazed meat went well with the beans and the salsa. The nachos gave the dish bite and texture. If you’re not into meat, you could also opt to go for the chicken or seafood variant.
To add to the experience and to make the meal more interesting, you could try out the Jjamppong Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup. By opting to have the TACO BIBIMBOWL as a meal, you could check out one of their newest side dishes. A little bit spicy, this egg noodle soup is topped with crispy fish poppers and gives off a kimchi-ish flavor.
The TACO BIBIMBOWL is priced at 99Php ala carte. Patrons could also avail of the Ricebox option at 155Php too. This includes a drink and a choice between Bulgogi Noodle Soup and the BonChon Jjamppong. It is available in all BonChon Metro manila restaurants in the Philippines.
Bibimbowl is also available in other variants - Original, Fiery Spice, and Creamy Curry. Learn more about BonChon’s TACO Bibimbowl from their website here: http://bonchon.com.ph/new-products/bonchon-taco-bibimbowl/
You know what? Bon chon should thank you for posting this! 'll definitely try this thing out today later! I think taco and bibimbowl is cool Korean-mexic combo!ReplyDelete
Thanks a bunch Steve for that . Hope you enjoy the flavors. Surprisingly, I also liked the "chicken baos". :) :) :) EnjoyReplyDelete