Author Archives: kogibbq

  • Chopped Pork Mulitas

    Like the little brother of the quesadilla packed with flavor and some of our own seasoned and chopped pork all inside of two small spinach and corn tortillas.

  • Korean Spicy Octopus

    We stewed the Octopus for 4 hours to get it nice and soft, grilled it in a thick and spicy sauce, and served it on a taco with a side of fried plantains and tangerines. If there’s one thing we … > Read More

  • Fried Fava Beans and Pickled Ramps

    As always, Chef Roy takes care of the vegans and vegetarians that love our Kogi flavor. Here we have a particularly green special with Fava Beans fried to a delicate crispy texture with a side of … > Read More

  • Kogi BBQ

    Giant Robot – 4/09

  • Grilled Asparagus and Nectarines

    Asparagus spears grilled to deliciousness with our famous salsa roja topped with marinated nectarines. It’s the vegetarian’s way of saying, “I can eat awesome food too!”

  • Pork Belly with Lychee

    Shame on you for missing this awesome special. Made with the delicious combination of Pork Belly, Lychee, and caramelized Kimchi. Truly, an original dish from Chef Roy to you.

  • Kogi BBQ

    Inside Out Ho-Dduk

    These are sweet rice cakes with a sesame and brown sugar glaze.  Inspired and derived from the traditional Korean pastry ho-dduk, which is made of rice flour, cooked hot on a grill with a sweet honey … > Read More

  • Avocado Spread Egg and Cheese Torta

    Just for St. Patty’s Day, we decided to add a little green to our special egg and cheese torta with a special home made avocado spread. Goes great with some Jameson!

  • Alibi Room… Shh…

    As those of you know, we opened up our first kitchen in the Alibi Room. For those of you who have never been there here’s a peak at some of the items that you will never find on the trucks. … > Read More

  • Doheny Hamburger Tapas Special

    The Doheny Club, one of the most exclusive clubs in Downtown LA with the most creative selection of specialty cocktails invited us once again to hang out in their alley way.  Of course, with a place … > Read More