Kogi BBQ

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Make your way through the 101 Best Restaurants list at these affordable places to eat

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 20, 2019

carries the scents of sweet spice and coconut palms and nutty rice. — B.A. 19662 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana, (818) 609-7683 Deviled chicken, served with a side of dried chiles and papadam chips at Apey Kade. (Silvia Razgova / For The Times) 100. Kogi BBQ Kogi

the kimchi quesadilla, a ruddy, spicy emblem of what Kogi gave Los Angeles: a happy marriage between two of the city’s most beloved cuisines. — P.I.E. Hours and locations vary, kogibbq.com The Kogi BBQ food truck feeds hungry patrons during lunch hour

Sonoratown    Burritos La Palma    Grand Central Market    Porridge + Puffs    Chichen Itza    Holbox    Northern Thai Food Club    Kobee Factory    Konbi    Mariscos Jalisco    Carnitas El Momo    Langer's    Guisados    Chong Qing Special Noodles    Tsujita    El Coraloense    Howlin' Ray's    X'Tiosu Kitchen    Joy    Dai Ho    Hasiba    Apey Kade    Kogi BBQ   

Coronavirus tips: Free food for restaurant, healthcare workers in L.A.

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 24, 2020

show paperwork or a pay stub and an ID. Casamigos, Grey Goose, Casa Azul and El Silencio are sponsors. Employees Only, 7953 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, (323) 536-9045 Kogi BBQ Roy Choi plans to give away 300 taco plates at 320 S. Mission Drive

Newsletter: There's no better place than Los Angeles to live the taco life

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • October 12, 2019

barbecue (Kogi BBQ). We even have tacos that capture the fortuitous intersection of Lebanese and Oaxacan flavors (X’Tiosu Kitchen). I love how chefs use tacos to express their heritage and history and to celebrate the flavors that feel like home. And

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Meet 3 women in the male-dominated world of tacos

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • February 20, 2020

borders. In Los Angeles, tacos have made culinary stars out of chefs and business owners such as Roy Choi of Kogi BBQ, Teddy Vasquez of Teddy’s Red Tacos and Jorge Alvarez-Tostado of Tacos 1986. Tacos have the power to collapse cultural barriers, launch

What to eat in Los Angeles while watching the Mexico vs. South Korea World Cup match

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • June 23, 2018

equally acceptable. Maybe chill a couple of both. The Blackjack Quesadilla at Kogi BBQ. (Eric J Shin ) jonathan.gold@latimes.com @thejgold

"Mexican food always wins:" Q&A with José R. Ralat about his new book 'American Tacos'

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • April 21, 2020

Mexico. The line at Kogi Korean BBQ during the truck’s early heyday. (Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times) You have a chapter called “K-Mex.” Why do you think Korean tacos evolved as quickly as they did? They have been around ever since a large wave of

Kogi BBQ Truck Scheduled To Do Costa Mesa This Saturday Night

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 12, 2009
In case you haven't noticed, Kogi has been making routine weekend stops in O.C. this month. Two Saturdays ago, it was Fullerton.  This past Saturday, it was Orange.  This coming Saturday, it will be Costa Mesa, at the Holiday Inn on Bristol near...

UPDATE!! Kogi BBQ Truck Returns To O.C. This Saturday (August 1st): Tustin and Fullerton.

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 28, 2009
UPDATE (9 p.m. July 27):  This just in.  Kogi's stop in Tustin gets denied!  Fullerton​ is still on…for now. As you saw first on this blog, I wrote on July 20th that Kogi will be making its triumphant return to O.C. in August.  Particularly, The...

Bulgogi cultists, rejoice: Jonathan Gold finds first-rate Korean barbecue at Gwang Yang

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • June 17, 2016

Have you ever encountered Korean food? Then you have tasted bulgogi. Bulgogi is essentially marinated, thinly sliced beef tossed on a grill until it crisps and caramelizes. Bulgogi is what you find in chain-mall bibimbap, stuffed into Kogi BBQ tacos

Seoulmate, Another Korean-Mexican Joint, Opens In Long Beach

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 26, 2013

Roy Choi of Kogi BBQ needs to be thanked. The dude who didn't invent but popularized the idea of melding Mexican tortillas and cheese with Korean bulgogi and kimchi has inspired not just the boys of Dos Chinos, Urban Seoul, but now also Seoulmate in