Kogi BBQ Truck | Downtown | Barbecue, Korean, Street Food, Food Trucks | Restaurant
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Classically trained and rebellious Tupac Shakur-quoting chef Roy Choi masters the art of Korean Mexican fusion - served off a truck. Choi throws in surprising combinations, such as a kimchi quesadilla and blackjack quesadilla filled with spicy pork, caramelized onions, jack and cheddar cheese, enveloped in a chimichurri salsa verde. To track down any of the four L.A. and surrounding area Kogi trucks, visit their website or Twitter, with hopefully minimal traffic delays.

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Parking: Street


Attire: Casual

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