Syabibimbap 샤 – The Halal Food Blog

I will admit that I LOVE me some really good Korean food. Just search through the blog and you’ll see plenty of K-Food recommendations – and I have A LOT. I guess what I’m trying to say is – I am a fan 🇰🇷 One of my favourite Korean dishes is Bibimbap 비빔밥 for sure so I wanna introduce y’all to Syabibimbap 샤!

Bibimbap literally translates to ‘mixing rice’ which is what you do – mix everything in your bowl into one beautiful, delicious mess. Most people (myself included) normally opt for the type that’s served in a hot stone pot for added kick. But I’m a sucker for Bibimbap, stone pot or not :D. Believe it or not – Syabibimbap 샤 is actually a… home-based business!

Syabibimbap 샤 serves up only dish – Bibimbap.
There are 2 variations on the menu for now. You can choose between the Beef Bulgogi or the Dak (Chicken) Bulgogi. To be honest, it’s gonna be hard to decide on just one Bibimbap. Because I guarantee you’ll be itching to try both 😛

Whichever you choice, the Bibimbap comes loaded with plenty of other goodies. You’ll see the usual suspects like beansprouts, corn, mushrooms and seaweed but there are a few surprises like their homemade Kimchi Coleslaw. All this sits atop a bed of Bap (Rice) with a beauty of a poached egg as a crowning glory. A generous serving that’s enough to satiate your K-Food cravings for sure.

Beef Bulgogi Bibimbap

Dak (Chicken) Bulgogi Bibimbap

One of the main differences between the Beef and Chicken is the way the meat is sliced. The Beef Bulgogi is sliced thinly and sauteed with some onions while the Chicken is sliced a lot thicker. Think of it kinda like when you’re having Chicken Rice kinda slices 😀 To me, this difference is apparent when you do the mixing of your Bibimbap but they both taste good lah.

The other difference is the accompanying sauces that comes with your Bibimbap. Syabibimbap actually makes their own Gochujang! There are 2 types – the Sambal Gochujang goes with the Chicken Bibimbap and the Truffle Tomato Gochujang pairs with the Beef Bulgogi Bibimbap.

I actually preferred the Sambal Gochujang because it had more of a kick flavour-wise. The Truffle Tomato Gochujang was definitely on the milder side and is a good choice if you don’t like it too spicy. Whichever your choice, be sure to give it a nice and thorough mixing before tucking in!

Get your Beef Bulgogi Bibimbap at $14 each and the Chicken Bulgogi Bibimbap at $12 each. Islandwide delivery is available for a small fee. They open for orders regularly and with limited quantities so best to keep updated.

Remember – a HBB is responsible for this amazing food! It’s truly an indication of how we don’t have to look far to get delicious food that you’d normally have to visit a restaurant or even a different country for. Amazing, delicious and quality food is always a winner in my books.

Be sure to follow Syabibimbap 샤  on social media. Keep updated and be sure to place your orders soon! Support our local home-based businesses! 💪🏼



This meal was sent to us on a no-obligations basis. We’re posting about it because we enjoyed it very much and good things must share lah right? All information (including prices, availability of item on menu and Halal status of establishment) are accurate at the time of posting. All photos used in this site are property of The Halal Food Blog unless stated otherwise.

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