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Bibimbap



This is a typical Korean that is popular with Filipinos. Why? (1) Because the name is easy to remember and (2) because it's a rice meal. A bit spicier though so if one is really eating authentic Bibimbap (not the Filipino fusion-kind), don't make the mistake of mixing the red chili paste with the food itself. Simply remove some of it and just add and mix until you get the desired and tolerable level of spiciness. The Bibimbap shown in the photo was from Snack 88 along Bocobo St., in Malate. This is the authentic kind since the Unnie who manages the restaurant is also the one preparing the food and the restaurant caters mostly to Korean tourists here in Manila.

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