Almost everyone knows about this new Kogi truck phenomenon, and if you don't, you might just live under a rock. It's the new fad fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisine, and everyone is trying to get a piece of it! The first time I had Kogi was in Hollywood after a Paolo Nutini concert. I had the kogi hot dog, spicy pork burrito and the short rib burrito (shared with a friend of course). It was all a surprise to my taste buds because I had never tasted anything like it! This time I had the short rib burrito again (hey, its delicious!) and I tried the kogi sliders. My friend shared the kogi sliders with me and had the chicken burrito. The reason why these burritos are half eaten is because we tucked in and then realized SHOOT! WE HAVE TO TAKE PICTURES! I have to say, the spicy pork and short rib is the best. The chicken is alright, but nothing too special. The sliders were delicious and had HUGE flavor. The second time didn't seem as delicious as the first time but I believe its because there was a huge line this time around and they had less time to try to churn everything out. But no matter what, its still something to at least TRY. Being a huge fan of Korean and Mexican food, I knew this combo was a match made in heaven for me!
Note: the people in the Kogi line are ridiculous. We had a friend in line and went to meet up with him when this male yelled at us (obscenities no less) very rudely to get out. So we gave our friend the money and texted him what to order for us (thanks Con!). I don't take kindly to people cussing at me. If you have something to say, you can just straight out tell me. You don't have to use crude words to express your opinion. Its very childish and offensive because the way I look at it, you're an adult and I'm assuming you have an adequate vocabulary so express yourself in a more mature manner. Its a food truck line for goodness sake!