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With locations all across the Wasatch Front and multiple food trucks – the Korean BBQ in a cup from Cupbop shows no sign of losing popularity with Utahns; in fact you will even find Cupbop in neighboring states now!
Ordering is simple. You choose your type of bowl and level of spice. Your order is made there and then at the counter for you, and you’re free to take that to go, or dine in, bussing your own table.
Cupbop delivered: Use Postmates to get Cupbop delivered right to your desk or door. Get $100 in delivery credit when you make your first order too! Plus we get an $8 referral fee when you place your first order 🙂
The following Cupbop menu prices were valid as of February 2019
The above menu applies for most locations but Shake Bop, Dol Bop and kimchi mandoo might only appear at select locations. Call the restaurant to confirm.
And of course, once you pick your Cupbop, you’ll be asked what spice level you want. You can choose one through ten as follows:
1 – Sweet
2 – Baby spicy
3 – Junior spicy
4 – Little spicy
5 – Medium
6 – Spicy
7 – Extra spicy
8 – Hot
9 – Very hot
10 – Fire in the hole
As a little point of reference, we find the level seven extra spicy to be largely like sriracha hot sauce in terms of fire and spice. Here’s a picture of the options:
Outside Utah? Find other Cupbop menus: Cupbop Idaho.
Cupbop cheat sheet
What is Korean BBQ in a cup?
Essentially most of the dishes are a layer of rice, japchae and your choice of meat; beef, chicken or pork. The two slightly different dishes are Shake Bop which adds additional veggies to the mix and Dol Bop which comes in a hot stone bowl, rather cardboard bowl.
Those golden-yellow almost translucent noodles you see in most of the dishes are made from sweet potato – and are delicious. One bite and you’ll be hooked.
Quite simply, Korean style pot stickers. Most of the locations offer at least one variety, usually filled with ground meat. Some locations might also offer the new kimchi mandoo.
What about kimchi?
That’s the famous Korean cabbage side dish, made by slow fermenting cabbage with a mix of chilli and garlic. One you get the taste for kimchi, you’ll want more and more and more.
Here’s a picture of the number eight, the ugly pop bop with level seven sauce so you can get an ida of what to expect:
What else should I know about Cupbop
Cuisine: Korean BBQ
Don’t miss: Shake bop
Parking: Varies by location
Type: Counter service, fast-casual atmosphere
Drive thru: Draper location
What are the hours for Cupbop
|Monday||11 a.m. – 10 p.m.|
|Tuesday||11 a.m. – 10 p.m.|
|Wednesday||11 a.m. – 10 p.m.|
|Thursday||11 a.m. – 10 p.m.|
|Friday||11 a.m. – 10 p.m.|
|Saturday||11 a.m. – 10 p.m.|
What are the locations for Cupbop in Utah
There are currently seven locations of Cupbop in Utah as follows:
Fashion Place Mall, 6191 State St Unit#1995, Murray, UT 84107
752 S Blue Vista Ln #100, Midvale, UT 84047
West Valley City
3619 2700 W, West Valley City, UT 84119
593 E 12300 S b, Draper, UT 84020
11259 Kestrel Rise Rd, South Jordan, UT 84095
800 W 1200 S, Orem, UT 84058
815 700 East-, Provo, UT 84606