When shopping at South Shore Center, take a break here for sizzling bibimbop, spicy fried chicken wings, and a heaping helping of savory pancakes. The large restaurant space mimics the prevailing mocha-meets-slate au courant décor trend, which is to say it’s tastefully inviting. You can watch Cartoon Network anime or other network TV while techno pop plays as you wait for the ricey-eggy-meaty wonder that is bibimbop. Get the works, which presents spinach, mushrooms, raddish, carrots, bean sprouts, assorted vegetables, and yoky fried egg, then mix well—as in tossing a salad, the menu advises—and eat. The hits of the meal were the kimchi pancakes, little crisped rectangles of piquant cabbage and onions to dip is fiery sauce, and the citron tea, which is a honey-lemon heavenly medley perfect for soothing that sore throat that comes with the rain. Serves lunch and dinner daily. There are also Bowl’d outposts in Temescal and Albany.