The restaurant is really a surprising find for me. The decor is really quaint with lots of quirky stuff hanging on the walls and creates a really homely feel.
In actual fact it is a Korean restaurant and one of the dishes we tried is the Bibimbap which is a signature korean mixed rice. Ingredients are sliced and arranged in a metal bowl and traditionally topped with a raw egg. But at B station, they had the egg fried to cater to those that are health conscious. The ingredients are carrots, cucumber, preserved vegetables and seaweed. A special korean chili paste is served in a separate dish and is to be added to the rice for mixing all the ingredients together before eating.
I like the chili paste which has a sweet spicy taste and it really binds the rice together with the ingredients. The vegetables provided lots of color and were quite fresh. I find the rice a little disappointing because it was a bit soggy from overcooking. Other than the taste of the chili, the seaweed and preserved vegetables gave the rice a bit of salty flavour that was not really that appealing. There were side dishes served which are replenished unlimited times. These actually tasted even better than the main dish. There were braised potatoes, pickled cucumber, kimchi and a noodle salad.
Overall I was won over by the decor and ambience more than the food and still plan to return to try their other dishes.
Value for Money 4