On Monday, the new “Seoul Food” truck will have a “soft opening” at an undisclosed location in Arlington. The truck will serve “Korean fusion” food, including Korean-style maki rolls (vegetarian maki, caramelized kimchi maki, spicy tuna maki) and bibimbap bowls, according to its Twitter page.
The ingredients used to make the dishes include “local beef from grass-fed cows, organic tofu, all-natural chicken and ingredients from local farms,” according to the truck’s Facebook page.
On Wednesday, the truck will begin using Twitter to announce its daily locations. The truck will operate exclusively in Arlington at first, but the owners plan to start serving D.C. as soon as they obtain the appropriate licenses.
Hat tip to Snack Decision