This place used to be Seoul Sausage Co., and while it’s still run by the same people (and still has a couple of fancy hot dogs), Korean Super is now serving much more stuff. There’s a French Dip-style Korean brisket sandwich, something they call a Bibim-Banh-Mi, a couple of rice bowls (including one filled with an actual rainbow of fish roe), and some short rib poutine for good measure. If you’d like to pretend you’re a college student again, you can also build-your-own instant ramen - although the foie gras you can add in doesn’t come at college student prices.
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