Korilla BBQ

Row 1

Details
Food Truck, Korean, BBQ
$
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–8:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM

BEST FOOD TRUCKS 2012: #30

 

You’d have thought it would have hurt team Korilla BBQ for being called cheaters for adding more than $2,000 of their own money into their cash drawer on what has basically been the representative show for food trucks on cable TV (Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race). But chef Tyler Florence sending this truck packing didn’t relegate its owners Edward Song, Paul Lee, and Stephan Park to obscurity — it has quite the following in New York City.

 

Taking a cue from Kogi like so many others before it, Korilla BBQ does the whole Korean-Mexican fusion thing, but in orange tiger-striped fashion, offering three ways to KBBQ: tacos, burrito, or the chosun bowl. You get your choice of rib-eye, pulled pork, chicken thighs, or tofu, with either sticky or bacon and kimchi fried rice, kimchi (red, summer, cucumber, kimchi slaw, red radish, or summer radish) and depending on which of the three ways you went, tomato salsa, red leaf lettuce, Korilla barbecue sauce, and shredded Monterey Jack. — Arthur Bovino, 11/13/2012

 

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Foursquare Tips

  • Try the Korean BBQ Tacos
  • Have to get the bacon and kimchi fried rice with whatever you order since bacon makes everything better.
  • Build your own creation and you will definitely be satisfied!
  • can't beat a chosun bowl + any of the meats. the killa sauce is spicy, but great flavor. bacon fried rice not worth the extra $
  • The I'm Feeling Lucky chosun bowl is a gift to vegetarians . The homemadetofu combined with kimichi and vegetables that make up this creative dish.
  • Get their K'illa Sauce on your order...it has the right amount of spice!
  • Korilla sauce FTW!!
  • Love Love Love. Get the salsa and spicy sauce!
  • Ribeye tacos and Porkinator burritos are a must try!
  • Delicious! I wish this had been here when I was a student...
  • The tofu burrito with cucumber kimchi and korilla sauce makes life worth living.
  • skip the cheese and definitely go for the cucumber kimchi topping if they have it.
  • We recommend double meat for complete satisfaction.
  • the chosun bowl is SO MUCH MORE FOOD than the burrito or tacos.
  • The bowl is a dollar more but definitely the most bang for your buck!
  • Get there early, long-ass line
  • Make sure to get the bacon kimchi fried rice daddy o
  • Try the Tacos
  • Veggie friendly! They removed fish oil from all of their sauces and kimchis!!
  • Chosun bowl w/bulgogi + BKFR + kimchi/veggies (no cheese/salsa), with killa + korilla sauce. Get an extra side of BKFR, makes a perfect meal for 2, or perfect next 2 meals.