This previous Saturday, the ninth of October, there was an attack of sorts in Lengthy Ocean side. It was the LB Road Food Fest, which highlighted 28 of Southern California’s top Exquisite cuisine Trucks. Beside the unique intensity for an October day, it was Great! I had welcomed a couple of my companions down to jump in and have a good time and hang with my young lady and I. We even had an opportunity to invest some energy with Lou and Sue (father and step-mother), and there CATERING was a visitor appearance by my niece. Companions, family and food, what could be better? Indeed, I’m certain we could all imagine a couple of things, yet that was a non-serious inquiry…
There was some enthusiastic music, and a buzz in the group. I could hear discussions about what was awesome and which lines were the longest (The Barbecued Cheddar Truck, by a wide margin the longest), where to get cold grown-up refreshments, and what a cool occasion to have in our own terrace. The sorts of discussions that are achieved by the mix of individuals that adoration food and love the freshest frenzy The Food Trucks. I couldn’t say whether it’s truly thought of “new,” however it is getting a tremendous groundswell and following at present. Also, from where this fella sits, it doesn’t appear as though it will subside at any point in the near future, by the same token. Which carries me to the food. Coincidentally, assuming you think I will name the trucks that were all there… I may or not?
I got going with some truly tasty Bean stew Cheddar Fries from The Munchies Machine. Hand cut fries cooked flawlessly with a some damn great bean stew and super melty, tart cheddar. For you burger devotees,
it helped me to remember Tommy’s stew, scrumptious. Then, at that point, it was on to the Yakisoba Canine from Dogzilla-what a blend of flavors. Hot with a touch of pleasantness and sufficiently pungent. The yakisoba noodles, okonomi sauce and smash of the slaw were remarkable, and the actual canine had incredible flavor, and indeed, the snap! Which persuades me to think that on the off chance that you have an extraordinary canine regardless, anything you add is good to beat all.
The last two canines I’ve had have been two or three the best I’ve at any point had, both similarly extraordinary by their own doing The Oily Wiener and Dogzilla. I would be unable to say on the off chance that one was better compared to the next, in light of the fact that they were both totally various closures of the range. So I will say that I was wearing my Oily Wiener Shirt while eating my Dogzilla Yakisoba Canine and inquiring as to whether I could get one of their shirts. That ought to say everything.