Bi Bim Bap is known for healthier, gluten-free versions of Korean rice bowls without sacrificing traditions. Even vegans can get one of these comforting meals here. Most importantly, don’t expect any fried eggs on top unless you ask for them.

December 6, 2017


City News

Calorie counts to be included on some menus in 2017

December 30, 2016


Air Canada enRoute

In this Cedarvale resto – dedicated to the stone bowl dish that is bi bim bap – everything, down to the zingy wasabi dressing on the crunchy salad, is made in-house (without any MSG or preservatives).


NOW Magazine

BI BIM BAP - As Momufuku's David Chang is to ramen, Sam and Janet Lee are to bi bim bap. The Lees' obsession isn't noodles, but the baked meal-in-one rice bowls that some call the Kraft Dinner of Korea.

October 25, 2012


NOW Magazine

Voted as one of Uptown's Top 3 Restaurants in Now Magazine's 2012 Patio Guide

May 17, 2012


NOW Magazine

Voted as Toronto's 2011 Best Korean Restaurant

November 3, 2011


The Globe and Mail

The new Korean: less spice, more swank

May 27, 2011



Bi Bim Bap - Bi Bim Bap is where you go to eat when you've spent too many nights dining at Cowbell or the Black Hoof . Opened in December, it's the new Korean restaurant found on Eglinton West

February 13, 2011


Toronto Star

Sam Lee’s Korean bibimbap restaurant stands out. Sam Lee’s Korean bibimbap restaurant stands out with its shellfish-free kimchi, brown rice, and MSG-free sauces.

January 20, 2011


NOW Magazine

Make some noise - Bi Bim Bap specializes in Korea's crackling casserole

January 20, 2011