Posted on 15 July 2009 by Korean Beacon
First came Korean Tacos with the Kogi truck in Los Angeles. Now in New York you can eat a Korean hamburger. So what do you put in a Korean burger? Well, you can find out and eat this concotion at the New York Hot Dog & Coffee shop – which is a chain restaurant. It’s topped with Napa cabbage slaw, sesame seeds, and you have the option of layering it with cheese, kimchi or hot sauce (AKA gojoojang).
Posted on 05 June 2009 by Korean Beacon
Hot Dogs topped with kimchi and bulgogi? Now would you pay $6.99 for this specialty hot dog? New York street food meets Seoul in this quirky combination. Choi Mi-Kyung is the proprietor of New York Hot Dog & Coffee and she’s found success with this exotic grouping of ingrediants. How successful is Ms. Choi? How about 189 branches that offer up her hot dogs and she has eyes for expanding to Europe. Read more at the JoongAng Daily>