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Apr 30, 2009 08:47 PM

Kogi Tacos - Rowland Heights location

I was thinking of hitting up the Kogi location in Rowland Heights later tonight. I've been wanting to go for a while, and I understand the menu is great...definitely going to have the there anything else that I should try while I'm there? Anyone have any idea how the lines are in Rowland Heights...there will be two trucks there, but one's only staying until midnight and the other's staying until 2am.

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  1. Beef burritos, kimchi quesadillas, Kogi sliders, Chef's Special (tonight in Little Tokyo it was spicy octopus with plantain and mandarin oranges). Enjoy! Oh, and bring cash (no plastic accepted).

    1. I went to the Rowland Heights location on this night around 1AM and waited for a good 45 minutes. The lines were ridiculous. Their website shows that they go to the Rowland Heights location about twice a week. I liked thier short rib tacos and tofu tacos, though it seems that I bought the last of the short rib tacos so there wasn't too much meat in them. I'm glad I finally tried Kogi, though it's probably unlikely that I'll be willing to wait that long again.

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      1. re: crystaw

        How early do you have to show up to get a good place in line?

        1. re: Food622

          I would guess closer to when the trucks first start serving. Towards the end, they ran out of some of the menu times.

      2. I think the only thing you'll be trying is your patience! lol Good luck with the lines. Hope they have food left when it's your turn to order. Let us know how it tastes.

        1. where is it located in Rowland Heights??? and when???

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          1. re: jkao1817


            You can check their website for when they will be in Rowland Heights. It says that they will be there today from 10PM-2AM. They're at Nogales & Daisetta near TS Emporium.

          2. Kogi = overrated watered-down korean food

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