Korean BBQ loving Brooklynites rejoice! You'll never have to lament the shortage of fried-beef vendors again.

Korilla BBQ is setting up shop in downtown Brooklyn, and we can't f*cking wait.

From its humble food truck beginnings in 2010, quickly leading to appearances on Sesame Street and The Great Food Truck Race on The Food Network, Korilla BBQ is about to open its second brick-and-mortar location.

Coming to 2 MetroTech in late spring/early summer, Brooklyn lunch fiends will be able to enjoy a bulgogi and bacon kimchi fried rice burrito without having to schlep across the river or track down one of the food trucks.

Their first, flagship wheel-less location opened at 23 3rd Ave at St. Mark's Place in the East Village back in 2014, and nothing's been the same since.

The Brooklyn location will offer the same create-your-own-meals for lunch and dinner as the East Village location. However, chef Michaelangelo Calvarido will also offer exclusive “chef-curated bowls” at the new Brooklyn spot, as well as a new breakfast menu.


Korean breakfast burritos and a wider variety of kimchi options? 


Um, please sign us up IMMEDIATELY.

[via Gothamist] [Feature Image Courtesy korillabbq]