Tag: Korean

Columbus, OH: Food Truck Hopping with Columbus Food Adventures

Columbus Food Adventures, a food tour company that began operating in Ohio's capital in 2010, offersnine different food tours, two of which focus specifically on food trucks: a Taco Truck Tour, and a more general Food Truck Tour.

New York, NY: Korean Food Fair Comes to New York’s Times Square

The two-day event will showcase Korean food and culture with free tastings and performances

New York, NY: Street Eats – Fried Udon Noodles from Gobuki

The sauces squirted onto the noodles seemed to be soy sauce, sesame oil and a red hot sauce, although we wouldn’t categorize this dish as spicy.

Los Angeles, CA: A Psy ‘Gagnam Style’ Food Truck? It’s Real, with Bibimbap

The Psy Bibigo truck is serving up Psy's favorite dish,bibimbap, and also a fried version along with dumplings. Caput also put his own spin on a dish using galbi, the Korean BBQ short ribs. He came up with a steamed bun sandwich stuffed with galbi, lettuce and a sweet sauce.

Seattle, WA: Xplosive Truck Brings Filipino Food to the Masses

Gathered around Xplosive, customers are served with a smile and stand in circles as they eat their plates of fried rice, tacos and bánh mì sandwiches filled with chicken adobo.

Detroit, MI: The Truck Stops Here

Mobile food vendors — and their growing base of customers — rally ’round a hot concept

Ottawa, CAN: Ottawa Gets Taste of New Food-Truck Fare

The new trucks and carts will add to the 44 street food vendors already licensed.

Columbus, OH: New Food Trucks 2013 – Stacey’s 5 Dollar Hollar

Although Stacey’s 5 Dollar Hollar is not technically a “new” food truck, they will be new to a crowd of hungry foodies when they debut at Dinin’ Hall this month. Originally from Marion, Stacey’s combination of Korean and Mexican fare can usually be bought at 868 W. Lane Avenue where the truck regularly sets up in front of Campus Pitt Stop and U-Haul.

Philadelphia, PA: Weekend Must-Tries – Korean Fried Chicken; Truck Fare; Down on the Farm

The quick-serve restaurant across from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital called Chick-a-lic worked on its name; it's -a-licious (though the awnings and signs still bear that original name).

Arlington, TX: Arlington to Host Texas Food Truckin’ Fest

We want to bring a lot more people into Arlington to see what can be done at the ballpark even when there is not a game