They have a couple of burger options on the menu. The first is the Daniel Burger, which is a cheeseburger topped with spicy pork, sautéed kimchee and the rest of the usual burger fixings. We opted for the the regular cheeseburger and fries, and for a mere $6.00 it was quite a good deal. They make their burgers to order, which is great since they are hot and fresh, but it also means that you should be prepared to wait about 10 minutes. If you are hitting up more than one truck then my advice is to order your burger first, then collect the rest of your food.
“I liked that it was good and yummy and stuff,” was the reaction from my son. You can’t argue with that, and he ate the entire burger, save but a few bites left for me.
The burger came with a side of crinkle-cut fries that were cooked on the lighter side and tossed with salt. I liked them, but the real winner was the burger. I usually prefer my fries to be a little bit more crispy, and I will say that when I heated up my leftover fries the next day, they were much better! In an effort to be healthy I would have done sans fries, so it would be good to have a burger and salad option instead. I’ll have to try asking for that next time.
If you are looking to get your Korean fix then by all means stop on by Seoul on Wheels, but if you are in the mood for a good ol’ American burger, then they are a pleasant option as well. I guarantee that you won’t be disappointed, and if you are like us, you’ll want to go back for more!
Rating: 4/5 (ratings guide)
Seoul on Wheels (@seoulonwheels) $6.00 for a cheeseburger with fixings and fries