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Tiger Pop Korean Roll n Go Coming Soon

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Kim pop rolls coming

The sign at 3830 N. Loop 1604 E. near the intersection of Bulverde Road says Tiger Pop Korean Roll n Go is coming  soon.

But what is it?

What was your favorite treat from 2011? A burger like this from Cullum's Attaboy?

According to a posting, “We are a completely new concept on Korean-inspired food. Our core items are Kim Pop, which are Korean-style rice rolls. Kim Pop rolls have never contained any type of raw proteins like Japanese style sushi, and we have blended them to include many iconic western ingredients. Our menu also includes Korean marinated steak tacos, sandwiches, rice bowls, salads and more! Only the highest quality non-processed ingredients are used, all prepared fresh daily for the fast-paced customer.”

The plan apparently was to have the eatery open over the holiday season, but work is still progressing.

The Luxury progresses

Work is also progressing on the Luxury, Andrew Weissman’s trailer park of mobile eateries. He hadn’t expected it to, because he told his contractors he’d be otherwise engaged with new baby Moishe Andres, but that seems to have spurred more work.

The Luxury, Mark Bliss’ Bliss and Stephan Pyles are among the eagerly awaited new dining venues for 2012.

Palenque Grill opens

Palenque Grill has opened at 389 N. Loop 1604 W. with an array of Mexican favorites. This is not related to Taco Palenque on Loop 410.

Foodie openings

  • Boerne Epicure Gourmet Market, 210 S. Main St., Boerne, has opened. It promises “delicious surprises from around the world.” Call: 830-331-9355. www.boerneepicure.com.
  • Spec’s Wine Spirits and Finer Foods has opened at 1305 Sidney Baker St., Kerrville. Call: 830-895-8757. www.specsonline.com.

The best of 2011

What were your favorite dining experiences of 2011? Was it a burger from Cullum’s Attaboy with bacon, egg and cheddar piled high on top? A trip to one of the Brazilian steakhouse? Maybe it was a meal on a barge floating down the San Antonio River. Or a favorite meal at the Lodge before its doors close. Or was it a meal you prepared at home? Share with us a few of your favorite food moments of 2011.

If you have restaurant news to share, email griffin@savorsa.com or walker@savorsa.com.

 

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3 Responses to “Tiger Pop Korean Roll n Go Coming Soon”

  1. John Griffin says:

    Great comment from the folks at the Quarry Farmers and Ranchers Market:

    Best of 2011–While any of the many healthy dishes we made using mostly local ingredients at home could rival any of the contenders for the “best of 2011” title, we concur that the Italiano sandwich from Rolling Pig–or anything from the Pig–definitely stands out from the crowds. Succulent pork, braised low and slow in a red wine and tomato concoction, stuffed in a beautifully crisp and chewy baguette, topped with provolone, a long pepper and an herbacious-oily sauce. Finger lickin’ fabulous!

    If you haven’t yet had one, you need to. The Pig’s cheesy grits with bacon and a farm fresh egg served every other Sunday the Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market is also nothing to sneeze at. Always a top seller.

    And speaking of the farmers market, anything from Bakery Lorraine will make you swoon.

    Continued happy eating in 2012!!

    Heather Hunter and David Lent

  2. Denver says:

    We found this place by accident yesterday. Here’s what we posted on yelp:
    “Great food, kogi bowl was delicious as well as the side dumplings and sweet potato sticks. The one dumb thing: there’s no to-go menus and each time someone asks for them, the dude up front has to explain how they weren’t designed to be a to-go restaurant and their menu is on Facebook it you can scan a QR code and see it. That’s great, but everything is served in to-go containers and not everyone is on Facebook. Also, while we were sitting eating, SIX people asked for to-go menus. Seriously, its like 10 cents at kinkos, print a to-go menu!”

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