Translated into “wrap” in Korean, Ssam is the usual way to eat Korean BBQ. Ssam is similar to ssambap, simply without “bap” or rice. Commonly eaten by placing a leafy grean in your hand and adding meat, ssamjang (soybean paste for dipping), and pajeori (seasoned shredded scallion) or mu-che (pickled daikon radish). Feel free to add a slice of fresh garlic or hot pepper for an extra kick. Wrap it up and eat in one bite!
Soju (Korean staple liquor, often compared to vodka but not as strong and a slightly sweeter) + Maekju (Beer in Korean) = Somaek
The best beer for your Somaek:
Hite – Korean Pale lager
Kloud – Korean German-pilsner style beer
Watch THIS for how to make Somaek
Bibimbap is a rice dish with sautéed vegetables and your choice of protein, all mixed together with gochujang sauce (a deep red chili paste). Our Bibimbap vegetables include bean sprouts, zucchini squash, carrots, radish, watercress, and fiddleheads. Feel free to add your choice of meat topping – ranging from bulgogi beef, pork, chicken, or tofu. If you can’t handle too much spice, try our bibimbap soy sauce!
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