LA Eats: Food Trucks, Part II
July 19, 2011 § Leave a comment
What’s better than a food truck? Dozens of food trucks all serving up their portable finest right before your very eyes.
Continuing our coverage of these wheeled wonders, this week’s destination was hosted by Westside Food Truck Central at 4th & Spring in Los Angeles. Though food trucks do ride solo, they also build communities by running in packs to attract the masses. Food Truck Central is no exception, and is one of several events that occurs weekly on the streets of LA.
You know you’ve come to the right place when the first truck you stroll past offers a free sample, especially when it’s freshly made falafel and hummus from Yalla’s menu. Of course, no outdoor event is complete without a rock climbing wall, a couple DJs, and a handful of invites to dance parties later that night.
After deliberating through countless appealing menus, tacos struck gold. Komodo was clearly the taco of choice—their Asian Marinated Chicken and Fish n’ Grapes entrees did not disappoint. Colorful, flavorful, and satisfying—Komodo is the best decision you will make all day. And if their truffle & garlic fries don’t change your life, than nothing else will. Komodo has stolen the hearts of LA locals, been reviewed as, “Not your typical taco truck” by the Travel Channel, and recently snuck its way into the pages of GQ. Need we say more?
Komodo was just one of many trucks serving happy foodies that evening. From sweets to sushi, you are sure to find anything your heart desires in one of these four-wheeled dream machines. Want to join the craze? Tweet and Friend these fine establishments and maybe we’ll see you at our next LA Eats stop.
Written & photographed by Rachel McCord