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Koi Fusion’s catering marries Korean BBQ and fresh Mexican flavors into a blissful experience served up in burritos, sliders, tacos, and more! The combination of Mama Kwon’s succulent barbecued meats, together with grilled tortillas and garden-crisp vegetables create a taste sensation that is uniquely Portland!

With our mobile fleet, as well as professional in house staff, Koi offers distinctive catering options for any special event! Whether you are looking for an authentic Portland Food Cart Experience or a plated sit down meal for your guests, we will wow you. Our menus are tasty, and our people are flexible and fun.

Looking to book catering for your next event? Email catering@koifusionpdx.com

Remember that one time we rocked Eat Mobile?

Yeah that was pretty rad! Huge thanks to all our #KHeads who supported us!

We’re back at Eat Mobile today sharing a NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN item. In honor of our new location (and very first ever brick-and-mortar), we are cooking up something with some serious staying power. A perfect bite for a rainy spring day, this item will give a whole new perspective to how you see kimchi.

Join us TODAY rain or shine at Willamette Week’s Eat Mobile at OMSI from 1pm-6pm and #getsumKOi. Be sure to tag your pics @KOiFusionPDX and #WWEatMobile!

A KOi ship has landed at Base Camp! We are very excited to announce that we have teamed up with Base Camp Brewing to offer brews and tacos for all our hungry K’Heads. The new Base Camp cart will have the same hours as the brewery:

Sunday-Wednesday Noon until 9pm
Thursday-Saturday  11am until Midnight

As you may have noticed, these hours are crazy different from most of our other locations (besides Stadium)–stay tuned to our twitter for updates as some of our locations move to summer hours!

The Move

Where did this trailer come from? The Base Camp Trailer came over from its location at SuperPod (on SE 2nd and Water Ave near Produce Row). Fun Fact: The trailer has only moved 6 blocks east of its previous location, which means that if you are recently heartbroken over the move, fear not! We are now in a location just outside Base Camp Brewing, a brewery with a sick indoor taproom (hooray climate control!), awesome outdoor seating (which is currently expanding), and hearty FREE beer smells! And we are a quick walk from the old location! Feel better? We thought you might :)

You can now get KOi Fusion from inside  the taproom (simply order at the bar) and hot, happy kimchi times are headed your way–delivered right to your table!

More delicious surprises are in store–we are just getting started!

KOi Fusion–Official Sponsor of Little Boxes PDX

Stop by for some KOi Fusion this Friday and Saturday while you’re out participating in Portland’s Little Boxes Weekend! We will be offering a free kimchi upgrade for anyone who shows us their Little Boxes Passport or smartphone app!

What is Little Boxes PDX?

Little Boxes is a two day affair with over 200 participating local shops and boutiques! Shoppers attending Small Boxes PDX Weekend will receive 10% off, a raffle ticket for each store they visit, and could receive more depending on qualifying purchases. Every raffle ticket enters the shopper into a contest to win one of 50+ amazing prizes (including a $50 gift certificate to KOi FUSION WHAT!?).


How to Participate in Little Boxes PDX

Participating in Little Boxes is easy. If you have an iPhone, download our iPhone appto play along digitally or pick up a Passport at any participating Little Box to play on paper. Enter the raffle simply by going to any Little Box on the days of the event and filling out a ticket or entering the Code into your iPhone. Everybody’s allowed one entry per Little Box they visit and there’s no limit to how many times you can enter. The more stores you visit, the greater your chances of winning.

When: Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving (11/29 – 11/30) from 10am – 7pm

Where: The Little Boxes, Portland’s locally owned shops and boutiques

Remember: Free kimchi upgrade for showing your Small Boxes App or Passport!

This Saturday KOi Fusion will be at Colonel Summers Park for the 10th Annual Portland Buddhist Festival! The Festival is Free and the Weather will be a Balmy 72°! All are Welcome so bring the Family and a picnic blanket and prepare to spend the afternoon in one of Portland’s Most Beloved Parks!

Below is the Schedule taken from their website.
11:45 am: Ringing of the Bell 108 times
12:00 pm: Washing of the Baby Buddha Ceremony
12:30 pm: Workshops: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), a way to incorporate the tools of Buddhism into your daily life, offered by Laura Jomon Martin; Short Intro to Buddhism, history and concepts, offered by Brenda Fugate, Oregon Buddhist Temple
1:30 pm: Keynote speaker: Dan Rubin, Portland Shambhala Center, and Maitripa College
2:15 pm: Dharma song sing-along.
2:30 pm: You Are Here Ceremony
3:00 pm: Panel Discussion: Rayna Jacobson, Portland Shambhala Center; Amanda Risser, Dharma Rain Zen Center; Charles Reneau, Oregon Buddhist Temple; Nelly Kaufer, Pine Street Sangha
4:00 pm: Raffle drawing
4:10 pm: Dances of Universal Peace: participatory

Below are the Prizes available from the Raffle Drawing!

Messenger bag with the You Are Here image from Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Portland Chapter
T-Shirt from BPF Portland
Four Scrolls depicting the four seasons donated by ZCO on behalf of Heart of Wisdom Temple and Great Vow Monastery
T-Shirt “Feed Everyone” donated by Living Earth
Buddha Statue chanting machine donated by ABS Oregon
$25 gift certificate from Thai BBQ
Itty Bitty Buddha and assorted imported incense donated by J. Mandell, Samden Ling
Hand-painted small vase, J. Mandell, Samden Ling
Pillar vase made in Japan: J. Mandell, Samden Ling (should I put these vases together as one prize?)
Classic Tricycle and Buddhadharma Magazines: J. Mandell, Samden Ling
1 Hour Relaxing and Therapeutic Massage by Leah Hinchcliff, LMT
Mandala Offering set from J. van Raay
Prayer Flags from Tibet-a-Gift/ TibetanPrayerFlag.com

Tuesday Media Roundup

August 25, 2009
In case you haven’t noticed, KOi has yet again been all over the interwebs (and the city) yet again.  Remember the KBOO Food Carts podcast that featured Daddy Bo explaining the wonders of a tweeting food purveyor?  Well, we’ve finally tracked down the link!  Give it a listen:
Food carts podcast on KBOO 7/15/09
KBOO Food Cart podcast, 7/15/09

Plus, our friends over at Portland Monthly gave out some K-love:

If you’re hoping to sample one of Portland’s most recent culinary experiments, you’ll need a Twitter account.

Check it out here:

Portland Monthly feature, 8/22/09

Portland Monthly feature, 8/22/09

And how could we forget about you, our adoring, tweeting fans?

"Korean tacos from @koifusionpdx are so METAL!!" @tallperson77

"Korean tacos from @koifusionpdx are so METAL!!" @tallperson77

"Rockin' the @koifusionpdx burritos tonight. So excited. North Portland y'all!" @PDXfoodcarts

"Rockin' the @koifusionpdx burritos tonight. So excited. North Portland y'all!" @PDXfoodcarts

The crew says cheese for KOi! @KOifusionpdx

The crew says cheese for KOi! @KOifusionpdx

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