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LA’s Most Talked-About Food Trucks

These are the top 5 Food Trucks in LA that Angelinos just can’t stop talking about

 

1. Kogi BBQ: Korean BBQ Tacos

By far, the most famous LA Food Truck. Kogi has been filling Angelino bellies with delicious Korean BBQ tacos and quesadillas since 2008. They even have counters at Alibi Room and a sit-down restaurant in Palms and in Chinatown called Chego!

2. The Grilled Cheese Truck: Grilled Cheese for Grownups

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Grilled cheese done well is the mark of a true artisan in our book. They started by entering their grilled cheese in LA’s 7th Annual Grilled Cheese Invitational. The crowds went wild for their grilled cheese and the founders of the Grilled Cheese Truck knew they had to get a truck and give the people what they wanted.

3. El Chato Taco Truck: Tacos on Tacos on Tacos #Tacos

With over 2,600 fans of facebook, El Chato has built a little bit of a cult-like following. Apparently, once you go El Chato you never go El Backo.

4. The Lobos Truck: Comfort Food

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Famous for their comfort food with a twist. Our favorite is the Wacho – waffle fries with nacho toppings. They also have their own line of sauces – they are the real deal.

5. Leo’s Tacos Truck

Serving delicious, $1 tacos from one of the busiest trucks in LA since 2010. Get’s packed – so you know it’s good.

 

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