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Sunday, March 27, 2016

BAB Korean Fusion in the 1300 Block of H Street

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BAB Korean Fusion opened its doors this past Monday at 1387 H Street. The main attraction is the rice (or quinoa) bowls ($7-9) with your selected protein (short ribs, bulgogi, pork, or tofu) and your choice of a mixture of veggies. All bowls come with an organic cage free egg, toasted sesame seeds, and house-made kochujang (a Korean hot sauce).
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The Korean short ribs (Galbi) bowl with house veggies (jalapeno, edamame, daikon radish, pickled cucumber, Umma's kimchi), brown rice, and a little sauce I added.

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In addition to the rice bowls, BAB also offers dumplings ($8), kimchi fried rice ($7), and ramen ($6) on a daily basis, with japchae and a couple of soups running as daily specials. You can also pick up one of the bags of Korean snack chips.

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Wash the whole thing down with a Puck's soda, a cold barley tea, or one of the Korean sodas in the cooler.

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They've also got canned coffee, San Pellegrino, and Monster.

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Stools line three walls in BAB, but you won't find any tables.

Hours

Monday-Thursday: 10:30am-9pm
Friday-Saturday: 10:30am-midnight
Sunday: Closed

2 comments:

Unknown said...

Thanks for the update! I have been waiting for this place to open forever! I hate fusion restaurants- this looks like it might be legit though, here's hoping. I'm not Korean but was stationed in Seoul for a long time so I'll let you know how food here stacks up to the real thing... [nealst]

Tom said...

Nice addition to H st. Been twice. Food is a solid 7/10. Good price point, not pretentious, unique, quick service. Hope they do well.