Archive for the ‘Mobile Truck Restaurant’ Category
No need for you to go to those hoity-toity restaurants to have some scrumptious sushi. Now you can get it, from the back of a truck. Yep, that’s right. Fishlips sells sushi from a truck. Try some of their sushi at the LA flea market. Rolls are only about 2 bucks now since it’s their anniversary sale: you can’t beat that for quality sushi. Asian food is always in style and now is no exception.
Don’t be put off from buying sushi from a truck. Sushi can also be a street food. It’s clean, fresh, and you won’t believe that you didn’t just order sushi from a high class restaurant. The bad part about Fishlips Sushi Truck is that they’re always on the go. So if you spot them, be sure to buy a roll or temari. The people running the truck are nothing but friendly and efficient.
The sushi here is tasty and of good quality, but don’t expect anything out of the ordinary as far as sushi rolls go. Everything is pretty standard, such as California rolls, Rainbow rolls, and have fish such as tuna, salmon, and shrimp among others. Nevertheless, Fishlips Sushi Truck hits the spot for a cheap healthy meal that can be eaten on the go.
Fishlips Sushi Truck
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Tue-Thus 11.30am to 2pm
Wed-Thu, Sat 6 to 11pm
Fri 10.30am to 2pm
Sat 11.30am to 4pm
Komodo serves up some sick ninja street war assasin food. The food is rich in flavor, ingredients, preperation, and service. Recently we were across the street at another Los Angeles mobile vending restaurant. Komodo clearly thinks they are the best mobile food truck in Los Angeles. I didn’t try my friends food, but I have to say it didn’t nearly look as good as what I ordered.
My mini tacos didn’t have the spice or kick I was looking for. However, I did not look at their menu closely enough – as they indicate by color the level of spice. So I assume there are some spicy dishes for those who like to indulge in kurry ecstacy.
The owner of this los angeles mobile restaurant was extremely nice. I told him what we do here at LARestaurantDaily.com and he gladly told us on camera about his business. Please leave a comment and let the owner know what you think about his culinary entrepreneurial endeavor
Location: Sawtelle and Olympic – a block down from the Yogurtland at Sawtelle shopping plaza.
Tell ‘em LARestaurantDaily.com sent you and that John says hello and that he cooks up better food than half the restaurants in Beverly Hills!
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Vizzi Visionary Cuisine was developed by Chad Fune and his business partner who also works as this mobile food restaurant’s chef. I was skateboarding back home from the West LA Community Police Graduation when I came across this incredibly cool restaurant concept. I was stuffed from all the pasta, salad, brownies, cake, and coffee I had just eaten a few minutes before – so I had to pass on Chad’s offer to try their food. I don’t remember exactly what Chad told me his top three entrees were – but check out the video above and find out. You can also find out more information about the Visionary Cuisine truck on yelp – youtube – twitter.
If you mention this blog post and go to their mobile truck restaurant – Chad will give you free Cookies!
If you are a restaurant investor, owner, or franchise company and curious about the mobile truck restaurant industry. Please call: (312) 560-0175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find about about start-up costs, licenses, permits, cuisine, truck conversions, equipment, time-frame, metal fabrication, and profit potential. We look forward to offering consulting services for future truck restaurant owners. We have relationships with numerous mobile restaurant truck operators that are interested in franchising their cuisine and concept to cities around the USA, Europe, South Africa, and Asia.