100208bibimbap.jpgThere are just a couple more days left to take advantage of New York's first Korean Restaurant Week, with participating restaurants offering a $15 prix fixe for lunch and dinner through Saturday. All the deals revolve around bibimbap, that classic bowl of rice and assorted meats or vegetables, sometimes served hot in a "dolsut" (stone pot)—a perfect, hearty meal for the cooling fall weather. Each restaurant has bibimbap as the main course in the prix fixe, or you can order bibimbap alone for a special price of $7. And on Saturday the deal gets even sweeter during the Korean Day Parade, when free bibimbap will be dished out of a huge pot at 32nd Street and Broadway, starting at 2 p.m. The event will also feature samplings of bibimbap from different regions of Korea, not to mention the opportunity to amuse yourself saying bibimbap over and over again.