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Posted by Staff / Listed on January 14, 2008 / review policy

BiBimQ is a casual, eat-in or take-out Korean spot on Yonge Street that serves fast and tasty bibimbap and other Korean specialties.



Larry / March 23, 2009 at 03:57 pm
Great prices, good food.
Peter / March 24, 2009 at 10:10 am
pretty good bibimbap!! and like Larry said, very reasonable prices.
Smiley / July 13, 2010 at 01:52 am
I come here often to enjoy easy Korean meal and nice smile of the owners. Very very nice people. Food is quite good too.
Sabrina / February 16, 2011 at 01:28 pm
Something must have changed because we had to leave our food at the table, it was the worst meal I've had for years. They don't serve the bibimbap in stone bowls anymore, just in cheap plastic so the rice is not crispy or hot. The bean sprouts were brown from decay. Awful awful awful.
Ana Bettencourt / September 21, 2011 at 06:03 pm
This place is a bit different. I really like most of the food here. The Pork-Bone soup is to die for. I'm not a regular, but anytime I'm in the area that's where I eat. Much better than the other food places! Prices are reasonable. Most people that come in get the pork-bone soup. It's the best food on cold days. The employees are very friendly & the white guy behind the counter is very funny once you get to talking with him. It's not a fancy place; more of a mom-&-pop shop, but it's definitely a needed variety in terms of affordable, healthy, tasty, fast-food lunch or dinner. MUCH BETTER than a pizza, frenchfries or sandwiches, etc!!! I give this place 4stars
Lulu replying to a comment from Sabrina / January 9, 2013 at 03:32 pm
That's not true. As of the end of 2012, they still offer bibimbop in stone pots. They don't use cheap plastic unless you're ordering take-out and the food is really good for their prices. We go there all the time.
Corey replying to a comment from Sabrina / November 23, 2013 at 01:41 pm
I agree with Lulu. I come here all the time and have never seen a dine in order served in a plastic bowl. They are super friendly and unless you order a combo from the steam table, everything is made to order with fresh ingredients. Always consistently good food and more than reasonably priced. The kimchi is the best I've had in Toronto (not too acidic but still appropriately spicy). I always come here when I'm craving something healthy and filling. The pork bone soup is the standout menu item for only $7.50. However, I usually find myself ordering the BBQ pork combo with extra kimchi because it's easier for take out orders and they put as much food as they can fit in that take out box.
Connie / March 2, 2015 at 08:17 pm
I'm a native Korean and this place has very good Korean food and they have the BEST kimchi. I make sure it doesn't go to waste. It's a typical ma and pa shop but the food and service is very wholesome. I come here regularly as there aren't very authentic and good places in the area.
Alex / May 23, 2015 at 12:34 pm
Been to this place recently, so tasty and the owners are so friendly and lovely to talk to. The prices are great, and the food is delicious. I ate all of mine within 20 minutes, it was that good.

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