After enjoying the Korilla BBQ truck so much, I went and sought out its competitors. I was hooked on the Korean/Mexican fusion food. Kimchi Taco was the first one that came to mind. Lucky for me, it wasn't too far from my office that day. So I trekked over excited to eat delicious tacos filled with Korean flavors again.
Similarly, it offers 3 tacos for $7. For consistency reasons, I ordered tacos with the same protein: beef, pork, and chicken. While Korilla BBQ offers rib eye, kimchi taco offers beef short ribs. The pork is seared here (pulled at Korilla) and the chicken is pulled (seared at Korilla). The assortment of pickled vegetables is chosen for you.
I thought the execution, quality, and quantity at Kimchi Taco lacked. The tacos had single tortillas which meant some of them were softened to the point that the taco broke apart when I tried to eat them 10 minutes later. The tacos themselves were small which also meant less meat and less vegetables. I wouldn't go as far as saying this was bad because it wasn't. But I certainly was not satisfied. Oh well, and now I know.
Kimchi Taco Food Truck