Bibibop Vegan Options (2021 Complete Guide)

Vegan at Bibibop

The vegan options at Bibibop are plentiful! Bibibop is a fast casual spot that is basically Korean meets Chipotle. Bibibop’s name is inspired by the Korean dish bibimbap. Founded in 2013, they have close to 50 locations in 8 different states. About half of those locations are in Ohio with 13 locations in the Columbus area alone.

At Bibibop, you start with a choice of bases – rice, salad or noodles. Then add your choice of toppings from tofu to veggies to sauces. Everything is made and assembled right in front of you. Lastly, don’t forget about the miso soup! It’s free to grab off the condiment bar and it is DELICIOUS!

Vegan Options at Bibibop

Bibibop Bowl with Tofu
Bibibop Bowl with Tofu, Japchae Noodles, Spicy Sriracha and veggies


  • Purple Rice
  • White Rice
  • Salad – Romaine
  • Salad – BIBIMIX
  • Japchae Noodles


  • Tofu

Hot Toppings

  • Bean Sprouts
  • Black Beans
  • Potatoes

Cold Toppings

  • Carrots
  • Corn
  • Cucumber
  • Daikon
  • Kale
  • Pickled Red Cabbage


  • Teriyaki
  • Gochujang
  • Spicy Siracha
  • Sesame Ginger


  • Kimchi
  • Miso Soup
  • Pineapple

Bibibop Vegan FAQ

Is Bibibop Kimchi vegan?

Yes! The kimchi at Bibibop is 100% vegan.

Is Bibibop yum yum sauce vegan?

No. The yum yum sauce at Bibibop is not vegan. It contains dairy and eggs. However the teriyaki, gochujang, spicy siracha and sesame ginger sauces are all vegan.

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Our Picks

Ryan’s Pick: The Japchae noodles are amazing. I like to add in the tofu, bean sprouts, potatoes (sounds weird I know, but somehow it works for me), carrots, corn and kale. Finish it off with the Gochujang sauce. Also, the miso soup which sits out on the condiment bar is off the charts.

Jen’s Pick: First, the miso soup offered with your meal is good! Definitely get you a cup. For my main meal, I chose a Romaine base, Tofu, Bean Sprouts, Kale, Pickled Red Cabbage, Carrots, Cucumbers and topped it with the Sesame Ginger sauce. I was really impressed!

More Info

  • If you’d like to check out Bibibop’s full menu, head over to Bibibop’s Official Menu page
  • The Nutrition Page on Bibibops website marks which items are vegan.
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