I tried the Berkeley B&M
I like the KoJa concept of fried rice buns making a kind of portable Dolsot (hot stone bowl) Bibimbap with the crisped rice.
Unfortunately, this Beef KoJa ($6.95) fell short of that for me.
Mostly the buns! They say it’s garlic rice in the buns, but they were really bland and the crisp edges didn’t have the nuttiness that I crave in crisped rice.
For the fillings, the Bulgogi type meat was OK; very thinly sliced which I think made some bites dry-ish. The mild red sauce was on the sweet side and with the sweet marinade on the beef and the slice of pineapple made the filling overly sweet.
I didn’t notice that sriracha was an optional sauce and that might have helped balance the sweet flavors more for this particular KoJa.