Originally reviewed by Greg Cox on 4/08/2016
Building on a foundation of Bulkogi’s original recipes and adding a few of their own creations, the new husband-and-wife owners have hit the food truck sweet spot: a distinctive menu that’s consistently well-prepared and served in generous portions at affordable prices.
The signature Korean BBQ burritos and tacos, which pair the meat of your choice (six options, from Bulkogi’s namesake traditional barbecue beef to curry chicken) with Southwestern-inspired toppings, are still popular. But the new best-seller, the Korean BBQ burrito bowl, is Joe Choi’s brainchild. Basically a burrito without the tortilla, the bowl comes loaded with a cornucopia of roasted corn, black beans, tomatoes, cilantro and a half dozen other ingredients. I ordered the spicy pork bowl, and was rewarded with succulent tatters of meat laid on with such a generous hand you could barely see the colorful goodies underneath.
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