The man behind Kogi -- of tweeting taco truck fame -- has staked out his next crazy idea that will probably be ridiculously successful.
It won't bear the Kogi name or serve the Korean BBQ taco. Choi has other plans.
"I see bacon-fat-studded chestnuts and fresh herbs on braised lamb; steak with a soft-poached egg and hand-crushed sesame seeds; organic rice, braised pork-belly, fresh-water spinach in a beautiful broth with sesame leaves," he told the Wall Street Journal.
We'll find out what Choi concocted in late February. That's when he plans to open the restaurant on Overland.