I came across this and was wondering if this is at all decent. Most of the stuff on the TU Campus is pretty average if not lousy. Even the decent places have to dumb down in terms of things like garlic and hot sauce.
1600 N. Broad St. (Avenue North), 215-763-KOJA
Gene Sim, who first hooked Wharton students with his Koja lunch truck in 2003, is ready to tackle Temple with Koja Grille, opening on Bert Blatstein's Avenue North May 17. The approach: quick, healthy Korean that doesn't skimp on quality. Classic dishes like beef bulgogi and bibimbap are available; side dishes range from fried dumplings to several varieties of oh-so-essential kimchi. Bite This: "The Line" offers the chance to assemble a personalized plate — diners can choose a sauce to match their protein (steak, chicken, tofu) and grain (rice, wide rice noodle, soba noodle). "