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Bulbap Grill is bringing its Korean Fusion menu to 10th Avenue — along with a soju and sake bar in the space formerly occupied by Japanese restaurant, Method.

Co-owner Alex Shin is welcoming Hell’s Kitchen neighbors at Bulbap Grill’s new 10th Avenue location. Photo: Phil O’Brien

Co-owner Alex Shin told us: “This is our first place in Manhattan — we already have restaurants in Bushwick and Greenpoint in Brooklyn and at Marlboro in New Jersey. Staff from those places have come to help us start up here in Hell’s Kitchen.”

The menu is described as Korean Fusion. “We are traditional yet with a new twist. You will find burgers, sliders, tacos and even burritos on our menu,” said Shin.

Burritos feature as part of the Korean Fusion menu. Photo: Bulbap Grill

To get the kitchen up and running they initially just did a delivery service from the new location — but there is now a lunch and dinner service from 11am-10pm, seven days a week.

One side of the eatery is given over to B Bar — which will offer a wide range of soju and sake. They are waiting for their license to come through before opening.

Bulbap Grill and B Bar are ready for Hell’s Kitchen customers. Photo: Phil O’Brien.

Delivery orders are currently being taken via Postmates and Grubhub. Traditional dishes like Jae Yuk Bulbap can be ordered alongside innovative menu items like Bulgogi Taco and Bulbap Burrito.

“We made it to the island! Thanks to everyone for their support in opening our newest location. We have a lot of plans. Please come and check us out,” said Shin.

The interior of Bulbap Grill. Photo: Phil O’Brien
Add your comments to the communal chalkboard at Bulbap Grill. Photo: Phil O’Brien
Traditional dishes are served in stone bowls. Photo: Bulbap Grill
The new interior at Bulbap Grill. Photo: Phil O’Brien
The B Bar is getting ready to open to serve soju and saki. Photo: Phil O’Brien

Bulbap Grill. 746 10th Avenue (between W50/51st Streets). @bulbapgrill

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    1. We are open from 11:00 to 22:00 7 days a week. We welcome you; please come and enjoy a taste of Korean style. Thank you.

    1. Hi Don,

      Thanks so much for ordering from us. I just missed you this afternoon; I was in the kitchen. Have a wonderful day. ^^

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