I suppose you could try the 'normal' diner fare (eggs, hash browns, bacon, etc), but why would you when the bibimbap is super solid? Mike, Julie, and I all got the bibimbap with beef. Unfortunately, the bibimbap isn't served in a stone pot... but hey, this is a diner after all. And it still looks delectable:
I broke the egg yolk so you could see how it runs over everything underneath it. I'm pretty sure Han is drooling right now.
Now we just mix it all up. Mike and Julie are bibimbap mixing experts:
My bowl, post-mixing. All the ingredients together were really tasty - it had the right amount of veggies, the rice was perfectly steamed and sticky, and the beef was yummily marinated and thinly sliced (and fatty/crumbly enough to fall within my pescetarian exceptions *grin*). I also thought the amount of gochujang (the red hot sauce) was just right, though I'm sure you could ask for more or less depending on your tolerance.
Check this place out, folks! You'll be pleasantly surprised.
6696 Enright Avenue
St Louis, MO 63130