Brothy Ramen

All Ramen can be made with Purple Rice instead of noodles

mokbar classic “bibimbap”, 14

Pork broth. Braised pork. Triple seasonal vegetable. Recommended extra toppings: poached egg, pork belly, kimchi.

Based on bibimbap (비빔밥) a signature Korean dish. The word literally means “mixed rice” and is usually served as a warm bowl topped with namul (sauteed and seasoned vegetables) and gochujang (chili pepper paste).

kimchi “kimchijigae”, 14

Kimchi bacon broth. Braised pork. Stewed kimchi. Scallions. Recommended extra toppings: poached egg, pork belly.

Based on kimchi jjigae (김치찌개) a very popular stew made with (you guessed it) kimchi. Kimchi jjigae is an everyday delight made by stewing well-fermented kimchi with tender pork and vegetables.

chicken “ssamgyetang”, 14

Roasted ginger chicken broth, pulled chicken, cucumber and garlic chive kimchi Recommended extra toppings: poached egg, spicy paste.

Based on samgyetang (삼계탕) a traditional soup made primarily with a whole young chicken and ginseng. Samgyetang is a favorite during the summer or when one is sick to replenish the body of nutrients.

vegan miso “doengjanjjigae”,  14

Kombu shiitake doenjang broth. Tofu. triple seasonal vegetable. Crispy potato. Recommended extra toppings: spicy paste, kimchi, rice cakes.

Based on doenjang jjigae (된장 찌개) another everyday classic Korean stew. Made with doenjang (Korean soybean paste) and available ingredients such as vegetables, mushrooms and tofu. Think a more flavorful version of miso.

army “budae”, 18

Spam, sausage, pork belly, bacon, kimchi, tofu, watercress and cheese Recommended extra toppings: poached egg, side of rice.

More info: Inspired by the popular Budae jjigae (부대찌개) which literally translates to “army stew”. The dish originated during the Korean War, and was popular for a time afterwards, when people had little to eat. People made this dish by combining leftover Spam and hot dogs from U.S. Army facilities with whatever else was available.  All the leftovers were combined with water in a large pot and boiled. Modern versions now include ramen noodles, rice cakes and American cheese. It’s one of the most popular late-night dishes when dining and drinking with friends.

Saucy Ramen

ribeye “bulgogi”, 15

Marinated ribeye. Triple seasonal kimchi. Poached egg. Scallion. Choice of rice or ramen noodle.

Based on Bulgogi (불고기) thinly sliced, marinated and grilled rib eye. The name literally means “fire meat” and this dish is a staple in the Korean diet.

spicy tofu, 14

pork and tofu sauce, spicy garlic paste, minced pork, poached egg, scallions. choice of rice or noodle.

Korean food has deep and long lasting relationships with Chinese tradition and this dish is an example of this. Ma-Po Tofu is a favorite and classic Chinese dish that has taken on many variations and we take traditional Korean ingredients and offer this luxurious Mokbar signature ramen, which can also be served with our special purple rice.

bibimbap,  14

Seasonal vegetables: beansprouts, spinach, pickled daikon, pickled shiitake, daikon kimchi. Served with housemade gochujang dressing Choice of chicken, pork, or tofu and choice of Purple Rice or Ramen noodles.

Bibimbap is Korea’s national treasure when it comes to food culture.  The concept of taking a bowl of rice, adding fresh indigenous ingredients and mixing them all with the #1 condiment in Korea – gochujang – was born out of necessity and has become a cult classic worldwide. Mokbar’s version stays close to tradition with a touch of innovation


All extras are $2, except where noted.

  • Tofu
  • Beansprouts
  • Pickled shiitake
  • Pickled daikon
  • Garlic spinach
  • Cucumbers
  • Scallions
  • Crispy potatoes
  • Kimchi (Napa, daikon, stewed bacon, garlic chive, beef kimchi, or cucumber)
  • Poached egg
  • Pulled chicken – $3
  • Bulgogi – $6
  • Spam – $3
  • Pork belly – $3
  • Braised pork – $3
  • Bacon – $3
  • Rice
  • Rice cakes
  • Extra noodles

We kindly ask that you enjoy our carefully prepared Ramen without any substitutions