Taco Trucks have become an emerging trend for hipsters and foodies alike these days. The food is cheap and finding the best truck can be a rewarding challenge. In L.A. the Kogi taco truck has taken the food fad to the next level. Kogi offers a fusion of the Mexican taco truck tradition with Korean bbq. The truck's specialties include: short rib, spicy pork, chicken, and tofu tacos and burritos. Each item is served with sesame-chili salsa roja, lettuce and cabbage tossed in Korean chili-soy vinaigrette, cilantro-green onion-lime relish, and garnished with lime wedge, orange wedge or red radish wedge. They also offer daily specials and an assorment of canned beverages. To find the truck you will need to check the lower right collumn of their web site for a schedule or track them on twitter.
I thought the food was good, but it didn't live up to the hype. I liked the chicken taco the best, followed by the short rib taco, spicy pork taco, chorizo hot dog and the kimche quesadilla. Let's face it the kimche quesadilla was pretty gross. If you go be prepared to wait in line for a while and eat in a parking lot with juices dripping down your arm.