Down in the neighborhood where Arabic and Indian restaurants dominated, it is sure a gem to have a Korean restaurant around.
The place is small and could accommodate around 20 people. What I’ve known from the owner, Bon Ga means home.
The interior is a modern art style with a transparent sight on how they prepare the food.
My husband ordered the Jeounju Bibimbab which costs 50 AED, he said compared to other restaurants Bon Ga has a large amount of serving. Along with it is a soup, tofu, kimchi, chili paste and a vegetable. This is great for spicy lovers and fills your stomach with all the good nutrients of the vegetables!
It looks like a Maki (rolled sushi) but this is a Bonga Gimbab it’s more of carrots, egg, radish, spinach and perilla leaf. In short, a healthier version of Sushi. For 30 AED this Gimbab is divided into 9-10 pieces. Overall, the exclusivity, taste, with the amount of serving over the price is highly recommended!
Location: Shabiya 9, Mussaffah, Abu Dhabi (near Baskin Robbins)
This isn’t a paid/sponsored post. All opinion and expenses are on my own.