Bulgogi Burrito from Korilla BBQ
Known for shaking up the food truck game as the first Korean Taco joint in NYC, this duo of trucks brings overseas cuisine to a portable format that allows for trying a range of authentic flavors in a totally atypical way. Korilla BBQ swaps things like kimchee and sticky rice in for the standard rice and beans, has house-made tofu and an array of organic veggies on the menu, and even offers bacon and kimchi fried rice as an option. If you've never had a taste, it's definitely worth a try, and the Bulgogi Burrito is just the place to start. Packed with Black Angus ribeye steak cooked in traditional Korean style and piled high with Korilla sauce, your choice of rice and kimchi and all the fixins, it's one of the few things in life worth waiting in line for. Track the trucks on Twitter, parse through the doodle-heavy menu, and be sure to inquire about the pickle bar!
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