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Posted by on Jul 7, 2010 in Korean Food | 3 comments

Korean tacos come to Atlanta

Korean taco trucks are no longer limited to America’s West Coast cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland. Now Atlanta, the largest U.S. Southeast city, has Yumbii. It’s one of the latest such roving restaurants to follow in the wake of intense popularity for Kogi, which has more than 67,000 listed followers on Twitter.

Yumbii chef Tomas Lee fuses Korean, Mexican and Southern cooking traditions onto a small plate. He is the former executive chef of Atlanta’s ritzy Buckhead Diner.

Lee calls Yumbii, “the result is the best damn meal you’ve had out of a food truck east of the Mississippi.” The menu includes Korean barbecue tacos and burritos as well as pulled pork sliders topped with cucumber kimchi.

Using an increasingly common marketing method for rolling restaurants, Yumbii updates Atlanta-area residents on the truck’s latest location via Twitter.

3 Comments

  1. I have just realized you can put anything in a taco!! There are a ton of taco trucks here in SF

  2. I plan on checking out Seoul on Wheels, which is the Bay Area's taco truck. I'll have the review posted here and on Zen Kimchi Food Journal after it's done.

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