Kogi BBQ has taken the food truck scene by storm and is now an icon in the Los Angeles street food industry. Setting it apart is its bold mixture of Asian-style Korean BBQ and Southern California-Mexican style cuisine. Los Angeles is well-known as a melting pot of cultures and its thriving food truck culture is the best way to get a taste of the whole world.
Diverging from savory options, CoolHaus is a sweet detour, the go-to truck for ice cream sandwiches that come in interesting designs. CoolHaus offers a wide array of different desert options, from ice cream to sweet beverages to cookies. Standing out are its Red Velvet Cookies, a warm red velvet cookie with a smooth cream cheese icing.
You may have heard of the Seoul Sausage food truck through the popular Food Network show, ‘The Great Food Truck Race’. Seoul Sausage won the contest and continues to rock the streets of Los Angeles with its innovative take on Korean BBQ. The enterprise has been so successful that the owners have even opened up a brick-and-mortar location in Los Angeles.
Komodo Pico offers dangerously good food and an unparalleled, accessible gourmet experience. Another truck bringing Asian roots to sunny SoCal, Komodo Pico manages to distinguish itself. Komodo Pico offers tacos with an Asian flare as well as an exemplary vegetarian menu. No matter what you choose, Komodo Pico will deliver with great food offering simultaneous tastes of California and Asia.
Crepe’n Around is always a great shout in LA. A French inspired crepe mobile, Crep’n Around offer awe-inspiring crepes that merge art with food. For the sweet toothed, Crepe’n Around offers berries and bream, banana nutella, lemon sugar, and s’more crepes.