Review: Kobob Burger, Vancouver – British Columbia

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Outside of Kobob Burger at 1019 Main Street

Kobob Burger is a new Korean fast-food restaurant by Main Street and National Street. They specialize in rice burgers and other Korean dishes.

Inside Kobob Burger

Inside Kobob Burger

We decided to share the spicy pork burger ($6.50) with kimchi (extra $0.50). The filling is in between rice patties and made to eat with a fork; if you are thinking that Kobob is like Mos Burger with a crispy rice bun, it is the opposite. In addition to spicy pork and kimchi, there is also lettuce, sweet corn, and marinated veggies. The rice is soft and has furikake in it.

The flavour bomb being assembled

The flavour bomb being assembled

Overall, everything is well balanced; the flavours and textures come together for a flavor bomb!

Getting ready to dig on

Getting ready to dig on

There is only space for 6 people to eat there so we grabbed ours and walked over to False Creek to eat outside. It is definitely a must-do in Vancouver.

Food with a view

Food with a view

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One response to “Review: Kobob Burger, Vancouver – British Columbia

  1. That looks delicious. Never seen a rice burger before.

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