The first time I saw KoJa Kitchen was at the Eat Real Festival at Jack London Square this year. People kept on saying, “where did you get that?” when food from the KoJa truck was being carried around. Food that looks as good as it tastes is definitely what’s going for the KoJa Kitchen truck. The type of food KoJa Kitchen serves is self-explanatory in its name: a fusion of Korean and Japanese cuisine. The menus on the side of the truck are displayed on large LCD screens. Fancy, fancy. KoJa Kitchen is now showing up at the TruckStopSF alley every Friday. I’ll be visiting often.
Koja BBQ Short Rib (Kalbi) with Pineapple: If you like thick meat from BBQ short ribs, this is the one to get. I added a slice of pineapple for sweetness.
Koja BBQ Beef (Bulgogi) with Pineapple: Interesting rice patty bun and good bulgogi/pineapple combination
Koja BBQ Chicken with Pineapple: A little spicy with the gochujang red sauce
Kamikaze Fries: Crisscut fries with bulgogi and kewpie mayo, kimchee, and gochujang red sauce
Mochimisu: Tiramisu with homemade chewy chocolate Mochi powdered with Ghirardelli cocoa powder and topped with a double-dipped strawberry. This is one of the best-looking desserts I’ve seen. The clear plastic diamond cup is made from Italy. Magnifico!
I spy special Cookies & Cream Mochimisu. Over the top yum!
Koja Kitchen was also featured in the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives by Guy Fieri (Season 18, Episode 4).
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Stroller Access [sidewalk, parking lot]