New York's first annual Korean Restaurant Week is now underway. Participating restaurants include several along the 32nd to 35th Street stretch of Koreatown, as well as restaurants Midtown and Downtown.
This year's theme entrée, bibimbap, represents a combination of flavors endemic to Korean cuisine: meat, pickled vegetables, egg, and hot pepper paste, all mixed together in a bowl of rice. In honor of the event, bibimbap is being offered for $7 a la carte or for $15 as part of a 3-course prix-fixe at participating restaurants. Plus, free bibimbap will be served from a giant pot holding 500 portions (Saturday 2 p.m., at 32nd Street and Broadway).
Here is the menu and a list of participating restaurants.
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