Bulgogi

Jonathan Boncek

Bulgogi

If you’re looking for a place to score bibimbap, gasoline, and lottery tickets, then Ko Cha is the spot for you. Tucked inside an Exxon Mobile gas station, Ko Cha is serving a full menu of Asian treats, including bowls of fried rice and Mongolian beef. But Korean dishes, like bibimbap and jobchae, keep people coming back for more. Each entree comes with a sampling of sides like curry potatoes, bitter greens with sesame, and kimchi. There are noodle bowls filled with shrimp, octopus, and mussels (jjambbong) and hammered deep fried cutlets of pork (donkkaseu), but our favorites are the beef bulgogi and the kal bi — thin cuts of beef from the chuck end of short ribs (bone and all) that sizzle on a hot plate with an unforgettable aroma. Each bite of beef tantalizes the senses, begging you to eat more. Ko Cha is a must visit for the culturally inclined. —Eric Doksa (Dish, Summer 2018)

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