Sasaya Restaurant – Bibimbap
On my first attempt to visit Long J L Chinese Cuisine, I found that they were closed so I went across the street to Sasaya Restaurant for lunch.
The interior of Sasaya has light pink walls with rather plain-looking tables and chairs.
It took a while for my order of Bibimbap ($8.95) to come out but it did arrive with a bowl of egg drop soup with tomato chunks in it. The sizzling hot bowl was more like a plate and had a wide and flat bottom that maximized the amount of crispy rice that formed. In addition to the beef, cucumber, kimchi, radish, mushrooms, and sprouts, there was a completely raw egg that was nestled in the mound of rice that resembled a volcano. After letting the rice sit for a bit to form the crispy shell, I mixed in the gochujang sauce and coated the rice with the egg.
This place seems to have a mixture of a number of different Asian foods here. Cash or debit only.
7538 Royal Oak Avenue