Hanu Truck Bets On SoCal Recipe For C’ville Success


“I’m trying to bring two things that people don’t see a lot of in Charlottesville or the East Coast,” said Patrick Kim, who has been making waves in the city’s food scene ever since he arrived in Charlottesville in February to open his Korean taco truck, Hanu.

Kim, who grew up in Southern California and moved to Charlottesville after spending two years as a sushi chef in Raleigh, N.C., said he felt the mixture of college students and the city’s reputation as a “foodie town” would be a good fit for his business. The truck’s name comes from a type of beef found in Korea, and communicates, Kim said, the sense of quality and authenticity he’s shooting for.

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