Editors’ Eats BIBIBOP

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Katie McMullin, Madison Rice, Alexa Ogilvie, Editor In Chiefs

Sitting on the corner of 4460 Belden Village St. NW is BIBIBOP. They are categorized as an Asian Fusion restaurant, and their setup is similar to Chipotle’s. I myself got a chicken bowl with white rice, black beans, sesame kale, cheese and topped it off with their Yum Yum sauce. To wash it down, I ordered a black currant black tea, which was refreshing. The flavors of my meal mixed together beautifully, and I just could not stop eating. The kale was just crunchy enough and the taste really shined through. My chicken was the right texture, not too chewy or tough, and the black beans were cooked to perfection. Overall, my food experience was good, and I definitely would go again.
— Katie McMullin

 

I absolutely adore everything about BIBIBOP. The food is so tasty and genuinely filling to the point where I’m never able to finish it all in one sitting. This time around, I got a small spicy chicken bowl with black beans, sweet potato noodles, potatoes, kimchi and teriyaki sauce. Everything was delightful and if I had to criticize one thing, it would simply be that I wish there were more potatoes in it. For my drink I got a lemonade and was very pleased. Overall, everything was exquisite. I would 100% recommend BIBIBOP to anyone wanting a tasty and filling meal.
— Madison Rice

I had never been to BIBIBOP before and was pleasantly surprised with how good the food and drinks were. I ordered a steak bowl with white rice. The steak was cooked well and had a very nice flavor and texture. The rice was also well cooked and the perfect consistency. I also got their teriyaki sauce which was the perfect mix of sweet and savory. I also ordered the berry omija tea which was the best part of the meal. It was sweet and light with flavor with light ice being used so it was not overly watery. Overall, I would definitely recommend BIBIBOP to anyone and will definitely be going back.
— Alexa Ogilvie