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Zooming around the streets of Los Angeles, this food truck is known for its stellar, modern Mexican food. Practically a party on wheels, the denizens of LA know when the Border Grill Truck is in the area thanks to its crowds and loyal followers that usually surround the black truck with white etchings and orange writing. Celebrity chefs Susan Feniger, and Mary Sue Milliken propelled into stardom thanks to the likes of Bravo's Top Chef Masters and Food Networks Too Hot Tamales, have created a scrumptious menu of modern fare. Nosh on tasty items like fresh ceviches, quesadillas, plantain empanadas, tortas, tacos and more.
Straight from the cold waters of Maine, this food truck serves up some of the best lobster rolls and clam chowder this side of the Mississippi! Replicating the rustic and simple lobster shacks of the New England area, Lobsta Truck LA is decked out in a bright fire engine red and even serves its tasty creations on the classic red and white checkered parchment paper. The small and concise menu offers up New England favorites that are packed with flavor including a crab roll, lobster bisque and Cape Cod potato chips. Be sure to try the famous lobster roll with butter or seasoned mayonnaise served on a fresh split top roll, its absolutely finger licking good!
Specializing in the lesser known, Belgian Liege waffle, this food truck is a heavenly sweet treat for the denizens of Los Angeles. Liege waffles have a thicker batter than their Belgian counterpart, with Belgian Pearl Sugar and specialized Liege waffle irons heated to a specific temperature. Producing a crispy crust and soft, chewy inside, these treats from the Waffles de Liege truck are unlike any other waffle or dessert you've ever tasted. Add scrumptious toppings like ice cream, chocolate sauce, Nutella, or speculoos which is a gingersnap flavored spread and prepare for a memorable treat.
Chichen Itza is a Yucatan food counter inside Mercado la Paloma market. This family operated business serves delicious chicken tacos and papadzul. The papadzuls are corn tortillas with roasted pumpkin seed and epazote sauce. It is stuffed with a hard boiled egg and topped with tomato sauce. Portions at the Chichen Itza are excellent and prices are reasonable. The restaurant does not serve alcohol.
Popular LA food truck Kogi, has gained much famed since it rolled out its very first truck. There are five Kogi trucks that drive around the city of LA. This fusion food truck expertly blends Korean and Mexican flavors. Famous for their tacos and the popular kimchi quesadilla, the chefs keep serving delicious food that makes you want to come back. Co-owned by Mark Manguera and Caroline Shin, this food truck is one of LA's favorites.