How about going to Korean Bulgogi House this Week?

Korean Bulgogi House is a restaurant for Korean foods. This restaurant has been operating in Chambersburg for seven years by Judy Kim. She and a chef serve various Korean foods. Korean food is healthier than general food, because there are more vegetables, and the foods are not burdensome to the body. Therefore, there are many regular customers.

Bulgogi is sliced and seasoned barbequed beef. Japchae is sweet potato starch noodles stir fried with vegetables and meat. Korean rice cake made from soft rice, fish cake and Korean sweet red chili sauce. Korean pancake made with cake flour and vegetables, dip crispy pancake in home-made soy sauce to enhance flavor.

Of the foods, there are popular menus.

Popular Menus

Stone Pot Bibimbap
  • Stone Pot Bibimbap $15.99

It is one of the most popular variations of bibim

bap, which is made with steamed rice and cooked vegetables. You can choose one main ingredient of bulgogi, chicken, tofu, shrimp, and calamari. There is also a fried egg. It is served piping hot in a stone pot and has a distinctively crispy texture. So, the taste is so good.

  • Dinner Plate Specials $12.99

It is served with steam rice and house special soup. You can choose two entrees of beef bulgogi, ginger spicy chicken, chicken bulgogi, red pepper spicy chicken, tofu, shrimp, japchae, Korean rice cake, and Korean pancake. If you want, you can change steam rice to fried rice noodles for $2.00 extra.

There are also lunch specials from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., weekdays only. If you come to the Korean Bulgogi House at lunch time, you can enjoy delicious Korean foods with low prices, $8.50-$10.50! If you want to drink something, there are not only canned sodas, but also 3 kinds of Korean punch and Korean hot tea.

The location is 408 West Loudon St. Chambersburg, PA 17201. Its phone number is 717-263-0419. Open time is 11a.m.-9p.m. (Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat). This restaurant is closed on Tuesdays and Sundays.

If you want to eat Korean food, how about going to Korean Bulgogi House?

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