Ahn-Joo made my co-workers and me really sad.
The Korean snack bar on wheels sounded so promising.
Bulgogi bowl -- Korean BBQ beef, garlic fried rice, spicy pickled cucumbers ($8).
This was the winner amongst our selection, which is pretty pathetic because it was only ok at best.
Spicy chilled buckwheat noodles, Fuji apples, Korean vegetables ($5) and bacon-wrapped rice cylinders, jalapeño ponzu ($3).
Spicy chicken and Korean pepper skewers ($3).
Korean nachos -- fried rice cakes, smoke chile queso, soy-braised pork, kimchee salsa ($7).
dduk. Love! I hated this. The pork was palatable, but the dduk was so wrong. So dessicated. So rock-hard. We could've pelted each other with them. They were a far cry from the wondrous chewiness that they should've been.
Fuji apple egg roll, ginger mascarpone ($5).
If this meal was indicative of what Ahn-Joo always serves, I don't know how it stays in business.