Love the bibimbap here! The meats are always nicely marinated and tender, both the beef (which I tried previously) and this chicken. Chicken looks red and spicy but it was rly not spicy. The combination of vegetables is up my alley too - there’s zucchini, carrots, radish, Korean beansprouts, and gosari namul (bracken fiddleheads), something not commonly served in bibimbap in sg! The rice is plump and moist but not mushy, and forms this beautiful golden brown scorched rice (not burnt) which was sooo roasty and fragrant. And it’s cheap compared to Myung ga’s $20 bibimbap which I also enjoy. It’s a good portion that doesn’t make me feel stuffed.