Thursday, December 06, 2007
Soul Food truck: help for starving mid-Wilshire workers
Those of us who work along the mid-Wilshire media corridor know that if we have to eat at Baja Fresh one more time, we'll plotz. Now there's The Soul Food truck, which cooks up ribs, chicken and links, served with macaroni and cheese, collard greens, beans and cornbread. It's not exactly Harold and Belle's, but it's got a lot more soul than O to Go. We'll be back to try the mac 'n cheese, since it's usually a good sign when you're jealous of what other people are ordering. Plates run around $8, and the hot links, which Mr. Soul Food says are chicken, taste a lot better than chicken should. He parks at the corner of Wilshire and Masselin (next to Variety), usually along Masselin.
at 9:22 AM