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bbbop Seoul Kitchen set to open in Dallas (with Korean fried chicken!) on Monday, April 20


Bbbob Seoul Kitchen is set to open their second Korean-inflected casual restaurant next Monday, April 20, on Lower Greenville Avenue. The chefs are husband-and-wife Greg and Sandy Bussey (Greg was formerly exec chef at the Joule Hotel before last summer’s Consilient blow-up), and the two own bbbop with Sandy’s brother, Steve Shin. Shin says his and Sandy’s passion for Korean comfort food grew from their parents, who are Korean, and from frequent travels to Korea.

The three owners say they’ve reworked the original bbbop’s menu (the name derives from the Korean bibimbap), adding a larger variety of rice bowls (yep, bibimbop), veg-heavy entrees, kale lettuce wraps, potstickers and Asian beers.

The original bbbop Seoul Kitchen opened in 2008 in Carrollton, relocating to Upper Greenville Avenue  in 2010.

Another bbbop Seoul Kitchen is under construction in the BAD neighborhood.

Here’s the new menu:

BBBOP MENU

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