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Seoul Sausage


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A friend and fellow foodie was kind enough to take us to Seoul Sausage, located in West LA (and if you know me, I hardly venture into that part of town). I'm always down for good food; seeing it on TV makes me crave it more. The Seoul Sausage boys were the rightful winners of Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race" (Season 3), and so I was doubly excited to go check out the food.

Sorry for the poor pics...I really tried to take good pictures of the food, but was overcome by hunger, thus rushing the process. Yeah, that's it.

 Galbi Poutine: French fries topped with braised short ribs, cheese, pickled onion and avocado lime crema. Super good, but eat this while it's hot. Colder temps will affect your enjoyment. 

 Da KFC: Korean Fried Chicken served glazed with a sweet and spicy sauce, with pickled daikon radish and a gianormous piece of cornbread. Loved the cornbread, but not a fan of the glaze. I bet the fried chicken served dry would be outstanding.

 Rice Balls: One is the Flaming Ball, a cheesy, kimchi fried rice ball served with what's called DMZ (an aioli made with sriracha, garlic, kimchi and jalapeno). The other is a Lil Osaka Ball, whose name pays homage to the community. It is a Japanese curry rice ball that contains beef and potatoes, and served with a ginger and sriracha mayo. Final verdict: Must.Consume.More.Than.One.Of.Each. Yes, they're that good - and this probably isn't the time to share.

 Galbi/Beef Sausage: Korean BBQ beef sausage served on a toasted roll and served with garlic jalapeno aioli and kimchi relish. So unique. So good. 

Spicy Pork Sausage: Korean BBQ pork sausage served with apple cabbage cole slaw. Equally good. 

Simply said, you must try Seoul Sausage at least once. I plan on going back, as soon as I can get over the agony of driving to the Westside. It is definitely worth the hassle of LA traffic. 

Seoul Sausage
11313 Mississippi Avenue
Los Angeles, California