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K Cafe starts offering gangnam burgers in Clarence restaurant

K Café, known for its Korean-influenced gangnam burgers and loaded fries, has reopened in Clarence.

Owner Kate Li, who also operates a K Café food truck, has taken over the premises of the former Caldon's 3 Dog Country Café, 8865 Sheridan Drive.

Li, who started her café on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Tonawanda, closed that restaurant this spring. K Café's food has been available solely through its mobile kitchen since then.

That changed in late November, when Li opened for lunch in Clarence. For now, dinner hours are devoted to the truck's mobile stops at various locations.

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The café's signature offering is a burger made from a bacon-beef blend. It's topped with cheese, Korean barbecues beef, caramelized kimchi, an egg, mashed avocado mash, Asian slaw, and spicy mayonnaise ($8.99).

The menu also includes fries topped with similar combinations and the meat or tofu. Vegetarians can try the ginger-garlic marinated tofu burger, with cheese, egg, fried onions, slaw and mayonnaise ($8.99).

Li said that she doesn't serve alcohol yet, but has applied for a beer and wine license.

Hours: 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, noon-4 p.m. Saturday. Closed Sunday. Phone: 836-8888.

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