Korilla BBQ

Row 1

23 3rd Ave (at St. Mark's Pl)
New York, NY 10003
(646) 823-9423
$ $
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Sat–Sun: Noon–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Korilla BBQ's first brick & mortar shop will open this week. Unleashing kimchi burritos on the East Village. Menu is similar to the team's trucks: Korean BBQ-inspired rice bowls, burritos, and salads.
  • This place is essentially like Chipotle but serves Korean BBQ instead of Mexican food.
  • Get the Bulgogi bowl with black rice, extra meat, and kimchi. Probably the most affordable Korean BBQ in the city. Seating is limited, service is slow, but it's worth it.
  • Kids, when a Mexican tortilla and Korean BBQ fall in love, a beautiful kimchi bulgogi burrito is born.
  • spicy pork is way better than the bulgogi. the "crack" cilantro sauce goes well w the super hot sauce
  • It's kinda just the truck inside of an actual restaurant space but I'm not complaining
  • Decent option for a quick lunch in the area.
  • Korean food chipotle style- spicy, flavorful, and plentiful.
  • Kalbi burrito. Don't get the beans tho, they're too sweet. Substitute for bean sprouts instead!
  • I tried the salad bowl with chicken. It's like having all the best banchan from Korean BBQ thrown together into a super salad explosion.
  • Tasty, tasty Korean BBQ-Mexican fusion. Great value. They recently revamped their menu and somehow it's even tastier than before. Try the purple multi-grain rice and the beets and sweets!
  • Even a not spicy fillings is still spicy. Unfortunately, Korean cuisine is clearly not for me
  • Try the tacos even though they're not on the menu.
  • This is the spot. Korean Mexican fusion. Tasty like whoa.
  • The burrito with the sticky rice and ribeye was amazing. Loved the spicy and sweet flavor with kimchi additions
  • Chicken and purple rice with mild sauce - perfection!
  • Pretty decent though honestly hasn't wowed me any time I've gotten it.
  • Korilla BBQ may be good but you can try Gammeeok also. Gammeeok is one of the best Korean restaurant in Koreatown in New York. Try it, Kimchi to BBQ and you will feel the difference. www.gammeeok.nyc
  • Liked how tender the spicy pork was but the rice was undercooked/crunchy :(
  • Bacon kimchi rice is

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