So a few days ago, Dr. Fiancee – who likes to keep track of criminal and terrorist organizations here – read on the International Herald Tribune about an enterprising Korean chef in L.A. who’s emerged as a local cult hit with his Mexi-Korean fusion cooking.
One of the coolest things about this chef’s story is how he got around the problem of how expensive it is to open a restaurant in L.A: he mostly operates out of two vans that roam the L.A. area, advertising their changing locations via Twitter.
One of the vans was parked near us some nights ago, and we went out to check it out. Very tasty.
UPDATE: Some pics below. The line was long, but manageable when we got there. We were in line for about an hour before we could order.
MORE: If you live in the L.A. area and want to locate one of chef Kogi’s vans near you, you can follow them on Twitter here. Check out their menu at kogibbq.com.