Whistle Pig Korean

4.615 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
  • Address: 25 N Willson Ave, Bozeman, MT 59715, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4064041224
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids

The Whistle Pig Korean restaurant will offer you the authentic Korean rice bowls and classic dishes with many vegan and gluten-free dishes. The ambience of the restaurant has a positive vibe towards the visitors. The food served here is fresh and healthy and the staffs are very friendly and prompt. You should definitely try their signature dishes such as Bibimap, Kimbap, Mandu and the list goes on. The dishes are complimented by the fresh vegetables and traditional sauce. Apart from food, you will also find imported Korean Beer and Soju along with Red Wine, White Wine, Rose and Sake. The dishes are so delicious that you will definitely want to try out all the dishes.

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  • Whistle Pig Korean Address: 25 N Willson Ave, Bozeman, MT 59715, USA, United States
  • Whistle Pig Korean Contact Number: +1-4064041224
  • Whistle Pig Korean Timing: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm
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  • 3.25% of people who visit Bozeman include Whistle Pig Korean in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Whistle Pig Korean visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Whistle Pig Korean

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

64.29% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Whistle Pig Korean

People normally club together Bozeman Public Library and American Computer Museum while planning their visit to Whistle Pig Korean.

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Whistle Pig Korean Reviews & Ratings

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  • Great flavors, perfect portions. The lunch special is very affordable and filling. Definitely worth three visit.

  • The food here is so, so delicious and flavorful. The staff is friendly and the place is well kept. The prices are very reasonable for what you get. We got an appetizer and each got a bibimbap in a sizzling pot. It fed us for lunch that day AND the next. I paid $21 for the app and bibimbap.

  • This place was really cool. Awesome little joint. Good food. Cool place. Good prices. Helpful staff. We were on a road trip through the country and found this sweet Lil gem. If we make it through again, we will definitely go back!

  • This place has changed so much since I first had it a few years ago, and sadly not for the best. The quality of the food has drastically gone down. The food used to be delicious, authentic, and unapologetic in its flavors. It wasn't for everyone's pallet, and that was okay. Now I'd compare the flavor to a microwave noodle bowl you could get on the "ethnic" food aisle at your local grocery store- vaguely seasoned, not awful but you'd prefer almost anything else to it, and the end result is a let down compared to the picture on the box. All that, except it's five times as expensive. Things in general all taste store-bought, old, and mushy as compared to the original "house made" flavors they used to have. They changed their environment and atmosphere from ambient and calm to an attempt to appeal to the lowest common denominator of college students. They went from a restaurant to a "hip" hang out place. Who knows, maybe that was a wise business choice or a last ditch effort to keep from falling under, but disappointing nonetheless for those of us who enjoyed the cuisine. In all, if you want a gentle, hand-holding experience into a vaguely authentic excuse for Korean food, give it a try. Otherwise, go to I-Ho's.

  • Good food with many vegan and gf options. I recommend the cauliflower wings even if you are not vegan!

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