Trucked Up

New York finally gets hip to the mobile Korean taco craze. According to this Thrillist post, the Korilla BBQ truck (Korean + Grill + A) dishes up “mind-blowing Korean tacos,” sesame-seeded sliders, bulgogi, pulled pork, bacon-kimchi fried rice and Choseon bowls made with wild mountain veggies and homemade kimchi. Delish.

Korilla in the midst.

The truck, which sports a tiger logo (and not a gorilla as one would think), parks in both New York and New Jersey, and is open until 2 a.m. on weekends–making it a likely godsend for the bridge-and-tunnel crew and college kids on chronic.

The truck was launched by a Columbia grad who aims to become “the new face of Korean BBQ and Korean cuisine.” Well, hate to break it to ya, but L.A.’s Koji truck beat you to it, and you ripped off its menu and Twitter-oriented business model to boot. Just sayin’. But I’m sure your tacos are divine.

Thanks Vina!