Headed down to Bibigo’s latest outlet over at Suntec City 2weeks back to try on their new items which was launched as part of their seasonal menu.
For this season, the Menu was named as Tales from Korean Table featuring 4 different items that consist of Bibigo Spicy Chicken with Gochuhang VS Grilled Pork with Ssamjang, Janchi guksu and Haejangguk
We were greeted with Janchi guksu (Wedding Noodle) first and of course I was feeling happy because I love guksu! ㅋㅋㅋ~
Janchi Guksu is a Korean noodle dish made of wheat flour noodles,topped with sliced egg,zucchini, shitaka mushroom, a piece of tofu and served with a light anchovy-flavoured broth. This dish has been served for special events such as birthday parties and wedding feasts for centuries throughout Korea as the noodles in the dish is known to symbolize longevity; thus it was known as ‘Feast Noodles’ or Wedding Noodle.
To the local(Singaporean), this dish would definitely bring back that smooth taste of our mee-sua, except the size of the noodle is slightly thicker.
Next in the queue was the meat:
1)Bibigo Spicy Chicken with Gochuhang (닭갈비)
Bibigo signature Spicy Chicken was marinated in Gochujang(red pepper sauce) and served with seasonal vegetables.The chicken bites tasted rather good as it was tender and well-marinated.
But like the name of the dish, it taste really really spicy!(My threshold of spiciness is rather high!)
2)Grilled Pork with Ssamjang (쌈장포크)
While for those who prefer something with mild taste, this dish might be favourable towards you.
The pork slices were marinated with Ssamjang sauce and served with seasonal vegetables. You could request for lettuce to go along with the meat and eat it like the BBQ style.
Final highlight of the day would be Haejangguk, known as Korea’s Hangover Soup.
As the dish was made up of rice with soup, squid and bean sprouts were considered as part of the main ingredients of this dish as well.
As we all know that Koreans love to drink (*cough*..count me in! =P),this soup-dish was invented back in the Goryeo Dynasty to cure hangovers!
(Oh well, there are many types of hangover soup and this is only 1 of them!)
Well, it is also playfully dubbed the Hangover Soup for its rejuvenating effect.
An overview of my portion. YES, I finished this set ALL by myself. *sinful but happy*
Of course, how could we miss out having Makgeolli(막걸리) while having korean food? 😛
Like the presentation of the 막걸리 of how Bibigo served it
Not forgetting to end our meal with Bibigo signature ice-cream, Rosi Nero, which was made from black rice too!
Do drop by any Bibigo outlets to give this seasonal menu a try! I had brought my mum back to try on the menu and I’m surprised that she loves the hangover soup! (HAHA..but we did not drink at all that time!)
Much thanks to Bibigo Singapore for the invitation as well!
Bibigo Hot Stone @ Suntec City Mall Tower 3 #B1-107
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm
Bibigo Facebook (Singapore)
(Check out their FB page regularly on their latest food menu/promotions as well! ^^)