Kurly Kurtosh Pop Up at Kimchi Smoke

What’s crazier than a life-changing Chonut? How about a Chimney Cake Chonut?

Chef Robert Austin Cho got began his food business empire by popping up at various business throughout the Tri State area before opening his first brick and mortar in 2016 in Bergenfield. Now he returns the favor by hosting a popup at his location in Westwood.

Nicole Shaw-Provillon spent 4 yrs in Budapest where she first ate a chimney cake and fell in love with them. She was mentored by an award-winning baker and the Hungarian Embassy in DC serves her chimney cakes at their biggest public event of the year. She launched her own chimney cake company Kurly Kurtosh back in 2018.

Kurly Kurtosh brings their Hungarian sweet pastries to Kimchi Smoke on Sunday, March 31 from 2:00-6:00pm.

Artisanal Chimney Cakes $8-9
* Kurly Classic (Plain/No topping)
* Cinnamon Kurls (Topped with Cinnamon from Sri Lanka)
* Hello to Hungary (Topped with Edible Glitter honoring the colors of the Hungarian flag (red, white and green)
* Seasonal spring flavor
Toppings: Italian imported Nutella or Gourmet Maple Cream Icing

Ramen Fried Chicken $15
* Double fried chicken tenders with Ramen crust topped with Gochujang glaze and scallions

Korean Cheese Corn Dogs $7

Chimney Chonut $20