Food & Drink

Glory of glories, the Twin Cities finally have a Korean BBQ food truck

The entire menu at Gogi Bros Korean BBQ food truck in the Twin Cities
Drew Wood

Thanks to Gogi Bros, you can now put Korean BBQ food trucks right next to beer, trendy acronyms, and Guys with Kids (JK! LOL! YOLO!) on the list of things you never knew you couldn't live without until you first experienced them.

Gogi Bros Korean BBQ food truck
Drew Wood

Whoa, tiger!

Gogi Bros Korean BBQ food truck in the Twin Cities kimchi
Drew Wood

Both entrees are plated with kimchi, but not just any kimchi... The Gogi Bros use kimchi that they claim comes from their "mom's kimchi garden". THEIR MOM'S KIMCHI GARDEN.

Gogi Bros Korean BBQ food truck in the Twin Cities marinade
Drew Wood

There's nothing fancy about Korean BBQ, folks. Just as the kimchi humbly/awesomely comes from Ma's house, the meats marinate in paint buckets (which the Gogi Bros solemnly swear are actually soy sauce buckets, but hey a monstrous plastic bucket is a monstrous plastic bucket).

Gogi Bros Korean BBQ food truck in the Twin Cities galbi (short ribs)
Drew Wood

The most expensive of the trio of menu items at only $9.50, galbi (beef short rib) is marinated for three days in a family recipe BBQ sauce, making the meat so tender that it literally falls off the bone.

Gogi Bros Korean BBQ food truck in the Twin Cities bulgogi (BBQ beef)
Drew Wood

That serious quantity of meat is bulgogi, which's thinly sliced BBQ beef that's been stewing in super-top-secret, paint-bucket marinade for a day.

Gogi Bros Korean BBQ food truck in the Twin Cities potstickers
Drew Wood

And rounding out the fleet are the perfectly crispy potstickers called mandu, as in, "Now that you're done eating at the Gogi Bros truck, man do you need a beer."