A few weeks ago there was a Koreatown thread in which someone said they much preferred the bipimbop at Gahm Mi Oak to the one at Han Bat. I love the seafood bipimbop at Han Bat, so the other night decided to give Gahm Mi Oak a try. It was excellent, but much to my surprise--and, frankly, disappointment--it wasn't served in the hot clay pot as it is at Han Bat thereby depriving me of the crunchy rice that is a big part of my love of the Han Bat version. Finally decdided, bipimbop at Gahm Mi Oak during the warm weather, bipimbop at Han Bat during the cold.
But tell me. There must be a phrase that let's you know which way your bipimbop is being served: with or without that hot clay pot. How can one tell just from reading the menu?