As anticipation for the historic summit on June 12 between United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore grows, it is time to whet your appetite for Korean-American fusion cuisine.
Such food is not just found in the United States or in South Korea, but in Singapore as well, with a few new brands that opened recently.
Korean-Mexican food, for example, is no stranger to the scene here. It came about with the cultural overlap in Koreatown, a district in Central Los Angeles, where Korean-Americans and Hispanics live side by side. Those that serve Korean-Mexican food were inspired by the massive success of Korean-American chefs such as Roy Choi, who started the fleet of Kogi Korean BBQ taco trucks in Los Angeles in 2008.
Here are five places to check out in Singapore for your Korean fusion fix:
Text: Eunice Quek/The Straits Times