Caramelized bulgogi - thin strips of marinated beef - may be the most well-known Korean meat preparation on the menu and worthy of your lunch break, but both the chicken (tender and moist dark meat) and spicy pork (look close, there is bacon in there) taco fillings are not to be missed either, so plan on ordering all three.
Seoul Taco 738 N. Clark Street Chicago (312) 265-1607 www.seoultaco.com Bulgogi Beef Tacos Serves 6 to 8 people Ingredients: 3 pounds of flank steak or brisket, thinly sliced 1 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup white sugar 1 cup chopped green onion 1/2 cup minced garlic 2 Tablespoons sesame oil
The Daily Meal 101 Best Food Trucks in America 2015 -- #24 SEOUL TACO, ST. LOUIS I know what you’re thinking: another Korean-Mexican fusion truck? However, there is a reason Seoul Taco has remained one of the country’s top food trucks since 2012: the food is really flipping good. Fare from Seoul Taco includes the gogi bowl, with rice, fresh veggies, fried egg, sesame oil, and spicy gochujang pepper sauce; burritos with kimchi fried rice, lettuce, cheese, carrots, sour cream, and Seoul Sauce.
Having been open a week, Seoul Taco’s new stationary location sits in the heart of The Loop. With the newfound constant foot traffic, co-owners David Choi and Andy Heck (who started the business from a food truck, which they continue to operate) are able to expand their hours of business to a fan-friendly 11am to 10pm, six days a week.