So this past week, I was spoiled by the food trucks. The first one that I saw was the Lomo Arigato truck. You’ll have to forgive me for not posting the picture of the actual truck as seriously, it was on a whim. Decided to meet the hubs after I had my skates worked on & BAM we wound up at the ADM Eat Fleet in El Segundo.
I admit that I was taken aback by the price. Seemed steep. I did get my money’s worth as the portion was so huge! They only serve 3 things on this truck but it was cooked well. My only confusion was that I didn’t detect any Japanese influence, it was straight Peruvian to me, similar to El Pollo Inka.
Later on that week, we went to South Bay Din Din A Go Go. My main reason was to try Tapa Boy & The Buttermilk Truck.
Well, as Murphy’s Law would have it, both trucks cancelled as we pulled into the parking lot. So we looked at the choices…
The amusing Egg Slut was there, but the line was pretty long and I didn’t feel like having eggs…
However, Auntie’s Fry Bread came to the rescue! It was another truck on my list to try so I gave it a shot. I tried the special which was BBQ chicken flatbread. As I waited, I was able to catch a glimpse of the staff making the fry bread. It was good to know it was made from scratch.
I was clearly eating with my eyes. That flatbread was truly more than I could handle. I loved the sweet BBQ sauce but felt the chicken could’ve used a bit more seasoning. If I see this truck again, I’ll be sure to get the smaller flatbread sliders. For $7 bucks I did get my money’s worth, and a full stomach.
For dessert I had their sweet flatbread with maple syrup. It’s similar to a sopapilla if you’ve ever had those. A bit dense but still tasty. Not a huge fan of maple syrup in general. Would’ve preferred fresh fruit. Again, there’s always next time.
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