10 Restaurants In Mumbai Whose Bibimbap Will Give You Life

Karishma Govil , 03 Dec 2018
Bibimbap (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)
Bibimbap (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)

We live in one of the most diverse cities in the country—Mumbai! From cultures and rituals to traditions and food, we’re surrounded with the variety of it all. Speaking of food, not only do we have local delicacies, but we’ve also aced international cuisines. Today, we’ve listed down 9 best bibimbap in Mumbai that you’re gonna love if you’re a fan of the Korean cuisine. Bibimbap—a bowl of warm rice, namul and gochujang, soy sauce, doenjang and slices of meat—is a Korean delight. It is also garnished with a raw or fried egg on top. Sounds heavenly, doesn’t it? So, let’s get right to it!

1. Joss, Santacruz

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹2,500 ++

2. Bowl Baby Bowl, Bandra

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹800 ++

3. Heng Bok, Bandra

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹2,500 ++

4. Umame, Churchgate

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹3,000 ++

5. Origami Japanese and Korean Restaurant, Powai

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹2,000 ++

6. Mandala, Multiple Outlet

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹700 ++

7. Hemant Oberoi, BKC

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹4,000 ++

8. Sun & Moon Korean Restaurant, Worli

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A heartwarming authentic korean meal, complete with all the sides, piping hot housemade ramen noodles with that sticky bite to it – all in the heart of lower Parel- was a complete treat! Only at @sun_moon_korean_mumbai 🎈 . . The insane kimchi variety we saw was magnificent. Just, cannot wait to visit again to lay my hands on the rest of the fare. The mandu buns were smackingly good all served with house chilli soy dipping sauce ☺️ Shown here is the Mat Jjamppong which is the signature vegetarian ramen here. They also have Soju here, which is high on my list. And so are the squid and crispy meat preps like Khansho Saeu and Ojingeo Bokkeum 🙅🏻‍♀️ Come with me, macha!? #mustvisit #musteat #mumbai #mumbai_ig

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Approximate Cost For Two: ₹300 ++

9. Flip Bar & Kitchen, Chembur

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Koto Gemista, Gallo Pinto, Hassleback Chicken from @flipbarkitchen Chembur. (Starting from Top Clockwise) Koto Gemista:- Grilled chicken breast stuffed with spinach, jalapeño,mushroom in feta cream sauce which is served with sautéed veggies & parsley rice. Gallo Pinto:- Beans & Rice with Grilled cottage cheese steak, Mango/Pineapple salsa, Dill yogurt & Red Pepper Sauce. Hassleback Chicken:- Chicken breast stuffed with feta & spinach mixture, cayenne pepper,paprika, parmesan & mozzarella cheese which is served with sautéed veg & mashed potato. Follow @rohanvsfood on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. #chicken #veggies #cheesesauce #fbci #mashedpotatoes #lbbmumbai #foodoftheday #trellingmumbai #picoftheday #munchymumbai #iphone7click #indian_foodiye #mumbailife #mumbaifoodblogger #mumbaikar #chembur #mumbaimerijaan #instaworthy #nihayatibhukkad #livingfoodz #foodtalkindia #likes4likes #like4like #follow4follow #youhavetotry #foodblogs #mumbai #foodie #rohanvsfood

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Approximate Cost For Two: ₹1,400 ++

10. Mamagoto, Bandra

Approximate Cost For Two: ₹1,500 ++

They all look super tempting, no? Tell us which restaurant you’d want to try first in the comments below.

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