With so much Korean food traditionally eaten wrapped in lettuce leaves or nori seaweed, it's surprising it took LA chef ...

With so much Korean food traditionally eaten wrapped in lettuce leaves or nori seaweed, it's surprising it took LA chef Roy Choi (no stranger to this on-trend column) until 2008 to launch the Kogi BBQ food truck and give the world the fusion street food it wanted: Korean barbecued beef wrapped in soft Mexican tortillas.

Join your peers today!

Get the latest articles, news and trends in the Food & Beverage industry delivered directly to your inbox. Don't miss out! Enter your email address below to receive the weekly in-sight newsletter.

Twitter

Events

Small and Big Worlds Collide at DC-Chesapeake StarChefs Rising Stars

With its contrast between cozy, walkable neighborhoods and high-stakes…

Welcome to the 2022 RCA Conference

We know. You're used to cancellations, pivots and all kinds of last-minute event…