South Street Philadelphia - BAP Korean, this simple Korean quick-serve devotes its full attention to bright bibimbap: rice bowls topped with fresh and pickled vegetables, a choice of proteins plus a fried egg. 1224 South Street, (215) 735-0553, bapphilly.com
Bap means meal, and bibim means mixed. Bibimbap is a Korean dish that translated literally as "mixed meal." Sauteed and seasoned vegetables, barbecue beef, topped with an egg and gochujang (chili sauce) to taste, served over a bowl of rice,
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