We walked over one block and sat on sunny benches to dig into our lunch. Basically, this was the best burrito I've ever had. I'm hesitant to say this because it is not a true tex-mex burrito, but I guess in a multicultural burrito world, this Korilla burrito takes the cake. It was perfectly spicy and the aioli was amazing, while the lettuce and kimchi slaw kept it cool.
I definitely recommend Korilla as a lunch option to anyone looking for a unique, casual meal, especially if you don't mind the idea of eating out of a truck on the side of the road (the truck is in a different spot every day, and is not operational on the weekends.) Also, don't be afraid to try kimchi! By the sounds of the girls on the line behind us, if you've never heard of it it could be a bit daunting, but all it is is spiced, fermented vegetables such as cabbage, radishes, or cucumbers.
In the post below you can see a mobile picture of the truck at Varick and Vandam. I also want to remind everyone that my blog has a cool tool called Apture. Whenever you want more info on anything I mention, all you have to do is highlight a term from the text and click "learn more." A window will pop up with info from Google and Wikipedia, and you can take it from there!
Korilla BBQ: http://www.korillabbq.com/, Check site for daily locations.