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Food trucks cater to people of all income levels, serving them hot meals at various locations such as film sets, college campuses, office parks, and busy intersections. For those who enjoy the thrill of discovering new food spots, we’ve put together a list of the best food trucks in the city.

Here is the list of 5 Food Trucks in LA.

1. The Lobos Truck

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The Lobos Truck is a must-try for Mexican-inspired cuisine in Los Angeles. Their menu features tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and bowls, all made with high-quality, fresh ingredients. Popular dishes include the adobo-braised short rib tacos, spicy shrimp tacos, and vegan cauliflower tacos.

Location:  Parking Lot, 1542 Fishburn Ave, Los Angeles

2. Mariscos Jalisco


Before food trucks had their own festivals inside football stadiums, Mariscos Jalisco had already been serving East LA for a long time. Their approach is straightforward: fast service, reasonable prices, and some of the freshest seafood you can find in Los Angeles. The majority of those queueing up are eager to try their taco de camaron, which features a flawlessly deep-fried shell filled with enormous shrimp and garnished with homemade red salsa and avocado. It’s difficult to think of a taco that is consistently more superb in the entire city.

Location: 3040 E Olympic Blvd (at Dacotah St), Los Angeles, CA


3. Leo’s Taco Truck

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Leo’s Taco Truck is a group of seven cash-only taco trucks located across Los Angeles, known for serving some of the best al pastor tacos in the city. The al pastor is a large piece of marinated meat that slowly turns on a spit, topped with a juicy slice of shaved pineapple. Leo’s is busiest on weekend nights, but the staff at each location efficiently serves each customer’s tacos, calling out numbers in both Spanish and English. Whether enjoyed outdoors or taken home, the thinly sliced al pastor with a slice of pineapple is a delightful sight and a delicious treat.


4. La Isla Bonita

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Located on 4th and Rose, La Isla Bonita food truck is more affordable than its neighbor, American Beauty, and its tangy ceviche and mixed seafood tostadas are just as delicious as those from the top Mexican seafood trucks across the city. While they do offer al pastor, carne asada, and chicken tacos or burritos for those seeking meatier options, let’s face it, you’re at a Mexican seafood truck after all.

Location: 400 Rose Ave (at 4th), Venice, CA

5. Yeastie Boys

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L.A.’s first bagel truck still draws crowds with their hand-rolled bagels served with schmear. Yeastie Boys offers plain, poppy, sesame, everything, and cheddar flavors with a fluffy center and thin crust. For a late-night snack, try the Game Over with scrambled eggs, bacon, tomato, and jalapeño schmear, or the Lox Deluxe with smoked salmon, scallion spread, tomato, red onion, and capers. Follow their four truck locations on Instagram for daily specials.