Paving the Way for the Korrito

You knew it was only a matter of time before all that KogiBBQ hype found its way to the Mission, and now you get to see what all the fuss is about (provided you haven’t tracked down SF’s own version somewhere in the FiDi, Kung Fu Tacos).

Already known as the closest competition of Pal’s Takeaway for “Best Sandwich bought from a liquor store,” Rhea’s Deli (19th and Valencia) has expanded their menu from the already delicious Katsu Pork and Korean Steak sandwiches to embrace the ongoing “Mexicanization” of Asian food.

The next logical step:  Korean Burritos anyone?

Photo by Lolia S. via Yelp

(Via SFoodie)

6 Responses to “Paving the Way for the Korrito”

    • Andrew Sarkarati says:

      thanks for tip john! looks like i linked correctly but did not credit correctly (like an idiot). will fix immediately!

  1. Eric says:

    Too late: John’s Deli downtown makes a kimchi burrito at lunchtime (and it’s delicious)

  2. SFDoggy says:

    The Korean Steak sandwich is really good; haven’t tried anything else on the menu but have been meaning too.

  3. henry says:

    You can get a Korean Burrito at Taqueria Dos Amigos, its right by the REI in SOMA.

  4. a_native_son says:

    A secret I probably shouldn’t share: Korean owned tacquerias (a contradiction? I think not) have a secret menu. We’ve been having Korean burritos for a long, long time. Salsa? Sure, if you call kimchi salsa, and we do. These burritos are creations of God and I’ll never reveal thier locations.

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