|Sammy Chon's KTown BBQ formerly Myung Ga of Cherry Hill|
|Creators of the Koagie™|
We have just been rated Top 10 New Sandwiches in America by Endless Simmer for 2011!
What our fans are saying about our sandwiches:
DH : "I am a sandwich person. You know my daddy owned a restaurant near our house in Texas, and I think I ate a sandwich every day of my life all the years I lived at home. His hamburgers were the best EVER. Daddy's been dead for 35 years. Today I tasted a sandwich every bit as good as his hamburgers...and it was lukewarm & straight from a paperbag. Imagine what it would have been like served to me right away!
While I love your food & have said so all along, it never occurred to me that anything at Myung Ga (or anywhere else) would ever be as good as my father's hamburgers. Right now I am waiting anxiously for the rest of that Koagie as a late dinner later!
TL: "Sadly I didn't get to taste my Koagie. My kids saw the bag said it smelled good and wanted a taste. Before I could blink the 2 of them had devoured the Koagie and asked where I got it. I told them I got it from Myung Ga I had to promise that I would take the 2 of them to Myung Ga to get some more.
Maybe when I take the 2 of them I will do to them what they did to me and devour their Koagies.
My kids areVERY picky eaters and typically don't like anything Asian. You have created 2 more fans here!"
LH: "We had both shared the Spicy Chicken and Beef Bulgogi Non-Spicy and they were delicious! We highly recommend trying them. You will be very happy you did Our Koagies both had the slaw which is not runny at all and also adds a nice sweet crunch to it and the cucumber kimchi. We had some other stops on the way home from here and when we came home the Koagies held up well. Not soggy at all. The Beef Bulgogi is not greasy and the meat is very tender. I am so full that I may not eat for a couple of days It was worth it though!"
KB :Oh man...the heavenly tastes of Korea and Philly, all rolled into one!
A perfect combination of spices and textures.
The bread worked like rice, absorbing some of the "heat" from the spices, so the taste wasn't overwhelming.
The coleslaw added a sweet crunch.
It was juuuuuuust right.:"