A little confession, this is not our first time trying out the Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich food truck at Burnham Park. We either take it to go or order it through a food delivery service. However, this is the first time that we were able to grab a seat adjacent to the Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich food truck or you could say at their al-fresco dining area.
The Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich at Burnham Park
When a food truck popped out of nowhere at Burnham park you would certainly become curious. As you would know the only food vendors inside the park are those selling ice cream, soya bean curd with caramelized sugar and tapioca (Taho), anything sour like mango or santol, and those selling toys. We’re just glad we got curious and tried the egg sandwich when we first saw the Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich food truck at Burnham park. Since then, we are hooked!
The Yolked Korean Egg Sandwich Menu
The menu is pretty simple, if it were to be printed it will only take up one page. However, do not be fooled, the menu may be simple but the flavor of each of their egg sandwiches is complex. Depending on the egg sandwich you ordered you may taste a mixture of salty, sweet, tangy, and spicy flavors. There are four egg sandwiches to choose from at Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich Food Truck. These are the following:
Daesang – It is made of fluffy scrambled eggs, luncheon meat, and nori wrapper sandwiched between a butter-toasted hybrid brioche-ciabatta bread.
Jagpum – is made of bacon, lettuce, slices of heirloom tomatoes, fluffy scrambled eggs, and cheese, and it is spread with sriracha aioli on butter-toasted hybrid brioche-ciabatta bread.
Dwaeji – composed of farmers’ ham, fluffy scrambled eggs, cheese, and sriracha aioli on butter-toasted brioche-ciabatta bread.
Dan – It is peanut butter and jelly on a butter-toasted brioche-ciabatta bread
Let’s consider the first three because the last one is more of a dessert sandwich. Between Daesang, Jagpum, and Dwaeji which one would we recommend most? That depends, if it is your first time eating here, Jagpum is the safest choice since you basically have most of the ingredients in one sandwich. The Daesang however, is for those who would like a little crunch and a little curious about how nori would taste in a sandwich, spoiler alert, it’s delicious! If you are a fan of pork, the Dwaeji is for you, the flavor of the ham is elevated by the eggs, bread, and sriracha aioli.
Overall, there is a reason why we keep coming back to the Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich Food truck at Burnham Park. The delicious flavor of its Egg sandwiches will really make you come back for more.
Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich Food Truck Location
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