K-Bop is a small restaurant on The Drag offering up a tight menu of Korean classics like bibimbap, kimchi fried rice, bulgogi, and their namesake, kimbap - Korean-style sushi rolls. The kimbap here comes stuffed with a variety of options - like cooked tuna, kimchi, and even cheese - but we like the beef bulgogi version. All of the rolls are packed full of egg, pickled daikon, carrots, lettuce, fish cakes, mayo, and a slightly-sweet rice. And somehow each bite just feels more savory than the last. They’ve also got a full menu of boba, milk tea, and smoothies.
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