Clockwise from top left: Spicy Pork Scramble Egg, Crispy Pork Katsu, Popcorn Shrimp Kimchee Po' Boy
After trying some amazing Asian fusion food in Southern California, I stopped by this place to see how the bay area does in this food group. Kitchen Mojo is an American Latin Asian Fusion restaurant and it offers indoor and outdoor seating. The style is set up as an 'order at the register and pick your own seat' kind of restaurant.
To begin, the Spicy Pork Scramble Egg was definitely something different. There is a flavor blast when you eat this dish and it is difficult to pinpoint exactly what you are tasting. Having said that, this dish is good none the less and a definite must try if you want to know what I mean by a flavor blast.
Crispy Pork Katsu. This had to be my favorite of all the dishes since the pork was crispy yet unbelievably moist on the inside. Plated with cucumbers, cabbage, tonkatsu sauce, and wasabi aioli, this dish is something you can't get anywhere else.
The Popcorn Shrimp Kimchee Po' Boy was delicious. The shrimp remained crunchy even when sandwiched between two layers of kimchee. I'd have to admit that I'm not a big fan of kimchee, but this po' boy was really good. The fries are a plus!
300 De Haro Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Neighborhood: Potrero Hill