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Wait... Calbi BBQ? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Vincent Diamante   
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 12:09

Kogi BBQIf you're an LA area foodie, you've probably known about the Kogi BBQ truck for a while.  With its twitter-mania and pretty tasty Korean-inspired tacos and

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burritos alongside more traditional or out-of-right-field specials, it's been a rather big hit.  Of course, it was inevitable that they'd get some imitators.  A few traditional Mexican dives have been trying to integrate the Korean flavors into their own menu, some with more success than others.

Thanks to some random blog comments, I happened across Calbi BBQ.  Check out their twitter.  Check out their menu.  Compare it to what's currently on Kogi BBQ right now.

Wacky, huh?  I'll probably be keeping track of this thing...

 

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