Partners Joey Hong and Andy Park managed to get their Ssahm BBQ truck on the road pretty quick. Yesterday was their 3rd day out. So far they’ve served in the Arts District, Addison, and back down to the Design District. I headed over and chewed my way through most of their menu. I’d do it again soon.
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The menu is straightforward: Beef, pork, chicken, or a vegan tofu options. Pick your delivery form: tacos, quesadilla, burrito, or kimchee fries. I went for variety: a Kalbi (beef) taco, Ddak (chicken) quesadilla, and some pork Kimchee fries.
Yeah, this was great stuff from a food truck. Really good and smack full of flavor with just-right seasoned heat on the taste buds. The Kalbi Taco
comes on a corn tortilla packed with grilled short rib beef, sesame-soy vinaigrette salad, cilantro, onion, and green salsa on the side.
The Ddak spicy chicken quesadilla is served on a flour tortilla with kimchee. Again, great flavor but with a familiarity that anyone will enjoy.
The kimchee fries aren’t your Daddy’s cheesy fries. If your doc allows, dive into these.
The Ssahm truck is one of the best-designed models I’ve seen in Dallas. They have clear signage, lots of space for drinks, and a nice open design with lots of windows. They’re also smart to have a “waitress” outside of the truck to help guide and educate new visitors.