5 Questions with Chi’Lantro Founder Jae Kim — QSR Magazine

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— by Laura Zolman Kirk: Jae Kim fell in love with the food industry after he got out of the coffee-shop business, where he felt more like an employee than an employer. However, when he used up all his savings to launch Chi’Lantro, originally a food truck serving a mashup of Korean and Mexican cuisine, he was determined to make his second stab at the industry a success. Today, there are five restaurants, two food trucks, and two trailers under the Chi’Lantro brand in Austin, Texas—with more to come in the city in 2019, Kim says. QSR talked to him about his menu, how Korean ingredients and flavors play a part, and his hopes for the future of Korean cuisine in the U.S…

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April 30, 2019


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