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What You'll Get
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$25 for $50 Worth of Asian-Fusion and Korean Cuisine
The menu includes pan-Asian dishes such as thinly-sliced marinated beef bulgogi ($13), spicy baby back ribs in red chili sauce ($15), japchae with stir-fried potato noodles, sliced beef, carrot, onion, and shiitake mushroom ($11), and seasoned rice balls in flavors such as green tea, wild rice, veggie, and brown rice ($3).
The Fine Print
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About Bull Asian Fusion Bistro
When the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport opened a route to Seoul on May 9, representatives from both sides of the Pacific commemorated the inaugural flight by mixing together the sprouts, carrots, radishes, mushrooms, and eggs in a gigantic bowl of bibimbap. Bull Asian Fusion Bistro provided that bibimbap, and also catered the event with bulgogi burritos, tri-color BBQ skewers, and a buffet of other traditional Korean dishes, all served with the bistro's signature contemporary flair.
That same flair is on display every night at Bull Asian Fusion Bistro's Frisco location. Kalbi beef short ribs arrive tender and seasoned with the chef's special 10-ingredient marinade. Newcomers to Korean cooking can also sample kimchi in all its forms, including varietals sweetened with Korean pear or given a cool finish with cucumber. A slate of inventive sushi rolls and Chinese classics round out the pan-Asian roster. Each plate comes packed with fresh, healthy ingredients such as red-pepper paste, bursting with vitamins C and A to prevent cell damage, or spinach, full of lutein to promote the eyes' natural X-ray vision.
Bull Asian Bistro favors minimalism and clean lines in its presentation, both in terms of food and decor. The bar's neon-blue glow and modern stools create a chic counterpoint to the dining room's unadorned surfaces and amber pendant lights. Decorative screens similarly juxtapose the football-tuned TV screen that dominates one wall of the bistro.