A prime avenue meals chain from South Korea is coming to San Diego the place it’ll be a brand new attraction contained in the meals corridor at H Mart’s Balboa retailer. With its solely different U.S. outposts within the Supply OC Mall and Koreatown in Los Angeles, Jaws TPK is being dropped at Kearny Mesa by Kevin Bang, who runs the three native branches of Korean fried rooster model Bonchon and operates a satellite tv for pc of Canada-based Cheese Backyard, a Japanese cheesecake bakery, in Carmel Valley.
Jaws TPK’s stall will open on Monday, March 27 with a menu of Korean avenue meals hits, highlighting specialties like gimbap, or seaweed-wrapped rice rolls, and tteokbokki, that are rice desserts simmered in a spicy-sweet sauce.
The tteokbokki will even be out there in fashionable rose cream sauce or Korean-Chinese language black bean sauce whereas the number of gimbap fillings will vary from bulgogi to spicy pork, tuna salad, and tofu.
Different featured avenue meals consists of soondae, a sort of Korean sausage, deep-fried snacks like crispy cheeseballs, and a slushie produced from sikhye, a conventional candy rice drink.
And extra adjustments are coming to the Balboa retailer’s meals corridor: an H Mart rep informed Eater that there’s a new Japanese meals vendor changing the shuttered Katzya, which cooked up Korean fried rooster and breaded pork cutlets.