The food trucks included Ahn-Joo, the popular Korean snack bar on wheels, Lomo Arigato, serving Peruvian-Japanese fusion, The Dim Sum Truck and the Filipino Tapa Boy. There was Vietnamese food, gourmet burgers and mac 'n cheese, waffles slathered in exotic ice cream flavors, vegan hot dogs, and even, a truck that sneakers.
Sabine got sliders atop Rosemary popcorn; I got a Vietnamese dish with tofu, peanuts, noodles and greens; and Kadin got a pork Bánh mì.
I wanted to stay and stare at all the fashion-wearing hipsters but I was freezing.
The food was quick, affordable and delicious. But the best part was the change of scenery, if only for a little while. We need to get out more.
|via The East Sider LA|