Located inside a former Oberweis in Creve Coeur, Kim Cheese's second location follows the Korean-Mexican fusion trend that started in Los Angeles and swept the nation. You can order tacos with Korean barbecue meat (rib-eye steak, pork or chicken), topped with tomato, onion, corn and cheese. Burritos come stuffed with either steak or chicken; both have fried rice, studded with hunks of scrambled egg. The most intriguing dishes might be the “burgers,” which are actually rib-eye steak sandwiches with cheese and pungent kim chi. Don’t neglect to add a side order of the french fries, which are terrific.