TED KIM & YONG KIM
What paves the next wave of food trends?
American's palates are evolving and they are now more willing to try new things than ever. We are taking a traditional Korean street food dessert (usually filled with red beans) and turning it into a savory snack. Before we weren't able to bend the rules like this, but now people love these remixed food items when done right.
What does the future of Asian food look like?
Future of Asian food looks great. Americans are now more adventurous than ever, so with the help of our Asian chefs and platforms like LUCKYRICE, it is our responsibility to socialize our food and help teach others about our flavors, techniques and our culture - our way.
What does celebrating 10 lucky years of LUCKYRICE mean to you?
Progression. We need platforms like LUCKYRICE to properly educate the community on Asian flavors and to showcase our hard working Asian chefs!
Excited to have Seoul Sausage pop-up in San Francisco for American Express at our 10th year celebration LUCKYRICE Night Market of the Future presented by Rémy Martin on July 25th, 2019.