The concept of “fusion” within gastronomy is one that I do not usually agree with – often either a front for not having to adhere to certain rules that have a point or at times just so you could sell both Korean and Japanese food but it’s not actually fusion (I’m looking at you, Melbourne). But I must say, seeing what was clear a hint towards Korean burrito (Korrito) sold me on the spot.
Camera: Nikon D40 – 50mm lens
What could go wrong about having a wrap filled with bulgogi beef, cheese and all the topping? Nothing. It’s pure bliss. The meat was tender and moist, the wrap itself was incredibly delicious and fresh, and who doesn’t love a burrito?