I did hair rebonding last Sunday afternoon. I had wanted the morning slot but I was too late to call for appointment. So, I got the noon slot instead. The hair rebonding process took about six hours in total. I would delay hair rebonding as long as I could as I didn’t like the idea of sitting for hours doing nothing. Another reason is that I hate not being able to wash my hair for the next 48 hours.
It was almost 6PM when I stepped out of the salon. As Brukori is just nearby, I decided to drop by for an early dinner hoping that they would have Kimchi Stew. It was no surprise to me when I saw the “Not Available” notice pasted onto the menu of their Kimchi Stew. However, I noticed that they had expanded their menu and they have Tofu Stew if I wasn’t wrong.
Without further ado, let me show you what I had for dinner at Brukori the other evening!
Vegetarian Bibimbap (Hot) | B$6.00
One of my favourite dishes at Brukori is their Bibimbap. I think they serve the cheapest Bibimbap across the Sultanate for the portion and quality. Do let me know if you had ever come across better and cheaper ones. The only downside is that Brukori doesn’t offer much Banchan like other Korean restaurants do.
The Vegetarian Bibimbap was served with various vegetables, topped with a perfectly done sunny side up, seaweed flakes and white sesame seeds as garnish. Sitting underneath the toppings was a cup of red rice. The portion was as usual too much for me but I attempted to finish as much as I could. My favourite way of eating Bibimbap is to toss in all the Banchan provided. I left out the anchovies as I did not want them to affect the overall flavor of the Bibimbap.
If you love lamb, Brukori now has Lamb Bibimbap to choose from among their other toppings of Bibimbap.
Foodstall #6, First Floor,
Block B, Little Soho Building,
Jalan Batu Bersurat,
Negara Brunei Darussalam