Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich – The best pop-up shop in Baguio!
Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich: Cravings Satisfied
If you are in for a treat during a walk in Burnham Park or you just want to hangout on a cool day, Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich is definitely a must-try. Surprisingly, all our favorite food from our childhood days are also present here!
Be it from the classic cotton candy, milky lice scramble, the never-gets-old taho, and sour mangoes, this pop-up shop is a treasure found! I was surprised that these childhood favorites of mine are all in one place, situated in one of my favorite places in the City.
Where to find them
Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich’s stand can be found in the bike lane of Burnham Park near the Skating Rink and Athletic Bowl. You can easily spot the place with its attractive cyan-colored mini-van converted into a food station. Talk about al fresco dining, it is the perfect spot to rest after enjoying the other sights of Burnham Park.
As it is a pop-up store, its space is limited and intimate so that anyone who gets to experience their food would maximize their whole experience.
I was actually surprised by their concept because it brings back my childhood memories and they are the first one in Baguio to put up such. It is an additional attraction in Burnham Park itself!
Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich Offerings
Yolk’s primary food offerings are their signature Korean Egg Sandwiches, these are:
Gibon (classic) – creamy scrambled eggs, cheese, sriracha aioli on toast
Dwaeji (pork) – farmer’s ham, creamy scrambled eggs, cheese, sriracha aioli on toast
Jagpum (the works)* – personal recommendation – bacon, lettuce, heirloom tomatoes, creamy scrambled eggs, cheese, sriracha aioli on toast
Dan (sweet) – peanut butter and jelly on toast
Their sandwich’s price range is from P 70-95 -Affordable for your walk in the park!
I have tried their Dwaeji and their Jagpum sandwiches and they are sooo good! The ingredients even overflow from the sandwich itself! You will definitely get the best value for your money!
Of course, I did not miss the opportunity to try the classic kid-magnet foods! Their taho (P 20), and ice scramble (P 30) are two of the food items I badly miss! There is also a cotton candy stand and sour mangoes on the side. 🙂
If you find yourself strolling around Burnham Park, might as well pay Yolk Korean Egg Sandwich as visit! See you there, yolkers!
We’re born to (eat and) travel! 🙂