Paik's Bibim (Bedok Mall)

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Paik’s Bibim is the brainchild of Jong Won Paik, one of Korea’s most successful and renowned celebrity chefs, who has anchored itself as a popular household favourite in Korea. Paik’s Bibim was established at the back of the success of it’s sister brand – Bornga in Singapore for which the first outlet was opened at StarVista in Oct 2012, followed by the 2nd outlet in VivoCity in May 2013. The 3rd Bornga outlet will be opened in Suntec City Mall in September 2014. The first Paik’s Bibim outlet in Singapore was opened in Bedok Mall (#01-95) in November 2013. The encouraging market response had prompted the opening of the second outlet in VivoCity (#02-125) in April 2014. Paik’s Bibim offers a modernized version of everyone’s favorite Korean dish – Bibimbap. The traditional dish is interpreted into a simple, hearty meal at a very affordable price to customers around the world. Each Bibim dishes come with a good serving of fresh vegatables which together with other ingredients promote a balance and healthy diet. Apart from the “Bap” or rice dishes, the restaurant also offers small variety of noodle dishes and snacks. New dishes such as Spicy Beef Bibimbap, Seafood Bibimbap, Spicy Noodle and Topokki (rice cake) have been added as new menu in September 2014.

311 New Upper Changi Road
#01-95 Bedok Mall
Singapore 467360

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Personal preference for the noodles than the rice version.

It feels like I would want thickset chunks of meat over a rice dish instead of a pittance of minced protein. However when sprinkled over noodles, it is able to absorb the sweet garlicky soy and scatter and coat every oodle-ly strand marvellously.

Perhaps my expectations for a rice dish is slightly different from the norm.

Sweet and spicy fried chicken @ $6. Very crispy and yummy fried chicken

Couldn’t really make out what this dish was - so the experience was kind of ordinary. The steam egg was on the softer side, with what I believe looks like chopped carrots?? And cooked with soy sauce. I guess it does serve as a side to complement your meals but I’m not a fan of it and probably wouldn’t order it again.

I foresee myself being addicted to this. First time at Paik’s and I decided to give the spicy tofu stew, which is a new dish on their menu, a shot. It came in a small bowl, and I slightly upset with how small the portion seemed. However, coupled with rice (which was an add on of $1), it made a perfect meal. The soup was so flavourful because it contained many ingredients, completely taking me by surprise. In this small bowl was a generous amount of tofu, minced beef, sotong, tiny shrimp 2 clams, and finally finished off with a lovely egg. It lived up to its name of being spicy and I’m so glad it did (you know the disappointment when the menu says it’s spicy but it isn’t?). This meal really gave me all that warm fuzzy feeling, it was so comforting to eat as well as it satisfied my Korean stew cravings! For $6.90, the amount of ingredients in an ostensibly small bowl makes it worth it; and it might even be difficult to find.

The noodle has a firm and chewy texture. Goes well with their special spicy sauce that isnt overly spicy. If only we have some meat...
비빔냉면이 맛있었는데 고기가 조금 넣으면 더 맛있을것 같다~ 싱가폴에 가면 백's 비빔밥 가게에 한번 가 보세용!
Dish: ❤❤❤

Portion was generous and you'll have to add the bibimbap sauce yourself depending on your spice tolerance level. Tasty~