In Los Angeles, you can find a food truck on almost every street corner. While this is convenient, it makes it hard to try them all! We're here to help you decide which food truck you should hit up on your next lunch break.
1. The Grilled Cheese Truck LA
The Grilled Cheese Truck LA takes your favorite childhood snack and turns it into a full-blown meal. Adding meat, tater tots, macaroni and cheese and more to the typical grilled cheese sandwich elevates it to a new level of flavor that we never even knew we needed. Pair it with their warm tomato soup and this is the ultimate comfort food.
2. Kogi BBQ
Kogi BBQ was one of the original gourmet food trucks, and they are still one of the best! Kogi serves Korean tacos, burritos, sliders and more. They even top hot dogs with their Kogi slaw!
The truck was created by a Korean-American chef named Roy Choi, who is now referred to as the "godfather of food trucks" on their website.
3. Mariscos Jalisco
Mariscos Jalisco is famous for their shrimp tacos, and you can even get one for free when you check in as a new customer! They received a lot of attention recently when Chrissy Teigen tweeted that she wanted to try the taco truck featured in the Netflix show Ugly Delicious. Teigen and husband John Legend found Mariscos Jalisco and booked them to cater their Oscars viewing party.
4. Jogasaki Sushi Burrito
Jogasaki Sushi Burrito serves up massive burrito-sized sushi rolls, and we are in love. The only thing better than going out for sushi in LA is being able to grab it and go! They have everything from simple meals like a giant California roll, to more intense foods such as their Jalapeño Bomb. This is a jalapeño stuffed with spicy tuna, deep fried and coated in eel sauce.
5. Yeastie Boys Bagels
Yeastie Boys was established as LA's first bagel truck in 2014. They park outside of various coffee shops in LA and offer the perfect meal to go with your cup of joe! They serve bagels as plain as you'd like, or as extravagant as The Lox bagel which is topped with a smoked salmon and dill spread. You can find out where the Yeastie Boys truck will be Tuesday through Sunday on their website!
There are so many delicious food trucks in LA that it's almost impossible to go wrong. How will we decide which one to try first?