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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

A Guide to Chasing Korean Taco Trucks on the Peninsula

Posted By on Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 10:32 AM

Seoul on Wheels' tacos.
  • Seoul on Wheels' tacos.
Today's review mentioned in passing the preponderance of Korean taco trucks, the majority modeled after L.A.'s Kogi BBQ, that are prowling the Peninsula. If you're inspired to take your bike down on CalTrain to do a Cyrus Farivar-style tour de tacos, here's the list of trucks, with their Web sites and Twitter feeds:

BBQ Kalbi


Twitter: @bbqkalbi



Twitter: @mogobbq

Net Appetit

No website or Twitter feed ― however, Metroactive's Stett Holbrook wrote a review

Seoul on Wheels (appears in Brisbane several days a week)

Twitter: @seoulonwheels

Tony's Taco Truck (serves fusion tacos, including Korean)


Twitter: @tonystacotruck

Another truck, Bulgogi BBQ,

appears to be dormant.

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