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Starting today, you can order B.GOOD’s newest dishes, the Spicy Korean Bowl and Korean Burger exclusively through their app (links to download below). Both are @BGOOD’s take on bold East Asian Flavors like tangy kimchi and spicy gochujang. Feeling adventurous? Order now: https://order.bgood.com/
We are about to get some new flavors on Franklin Street, and they’ll be sustainably sourced, too.
B.GOOD is mixing things up once again with its brand new, sustainably sourced, Asian-inspired menu. Today, it’s introducing two new menu items: the Spicy Korean Bowl and the Korean Burger.
Here’s a sneak peek at the flavors you’ll be able to find at 133 W. Franklin St. in Carolina Square:
- Spicy Korean Bowl: roasted watermelon, kimchi, avocado, super grains, spicy slaw, mixed greens, scallions, crispy rice and gochujang aioli
- The Korean Burger: beef, kimchi, avocado, lettuce and gochujang aioli
There seems to always be something in the works at B.GOOD, as this new Asian inspired menu follows closely on the heels of the new Flexitarian Burger menu.
“At B.GOOD, we’re constantly testing and developing menu items with an eye towards culinary
experimentation – like experimenting ways to incorporate ingredients in unconventional ways, draw upon craveable global flavors or offer guests a more sustainable way to eat,” said Linh Aven, the executive chef at B.GOOD.
Both menu items will include responsibly-sourced ingredients and Eastern flavors like kimchi and gochujang.
Even the kimchi will be working to actively decrease B.GOOD’s carbon footprint, because it will be Atlantic Sea Farms’ kelp-based ‘Sea-Chi’ instead of the traditional cabbage-based.
It might sound weird, but kelp is one of the most sustainable foods out there, so B.GOOD prioritized adding it to its menu for this launch.
Kelp is a zero-input alternative that helps improve water quality by deacidifying the oceans and removing unhealthy agents like nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon dioxide.
As always, B.GOOD wants to stay true to its mission and provide fresh, local ingredients that aren’t ever grown in a lab. And working with Atlantic Sea Farms also creates jobs, too.
It’s good all around.
“Beyond its environmental and health benefits, kelp helps improve communities by providing income to fishermen during the off-season – all attributes that support B.GOOD’s mission of inspiring goodness in every sense of the word,” said Briana Warner, the CEO of Atlantic Sea Farms.
Starting today, you can order the Spicy Korean Bowl or the Korean Burger exclusively through the B.GOOD app. For those who want to have the full dine-in experience, both dishes will be available on Nov. 4 and throughout December for purchase in store.