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Seoul Food Truck: Spicy Pork Slider

Meh. Does not compare to Korilla at all. This $3.50 slider is tiny for the price and offers nothing much more than pork marinated in sweet and spicy sauce (always more sweet because they assume sweetness is more appealing to the Western palate) akin to the marinade offered at Korean supermarkets paired with a lot of kimchi with A LOT of raw onion, sandwiched between a decently grilled brioche bun. It isn’t a bad slider. Just a very mediocre one I feel like I could put together easily after a trip to H-Mart. Take out some of that onion and bring your prices down by a dollar fifty, then we’ll talk again.

 

Korilla Food Truck: Spicy Pork Burrito

Korilla Food Truck spotted on 3rd Ave and 14th Street

DELICIOUS. The meat was well-marinated and was further boosted with finger-licking Korilla sauce (think Asian sweet and salty BBQ sauce). We chose to have the sticky rice which was slightly undercooked but still a good pair with the flavorful meats. The wrap was very, very good, probably one of the best parts of the whole thing. It was not too thick, was very chewy, and had a very nice smooth texture. It was the finishing piece of the puzzle and helped bring together all the flavors, wrapping them into a roll of savory bliss. Every bite had an equal portion of rice and meats and kimchi. I can’t wait to have another one.