The Green Truck is the one festooned with Tibetan prayer flags
Those of us who work at Variety, E! Entertainment, BWR, Indie 103, etc. are pretty tired of Baja Fresh and the other chain eateries near LACMA. In fact, I can't stand eating ever at Marie Callendar's, Koo Koo Roo or O to Go. So I was glad when the much-touted Green Truck pulled up right next to our longtime boring roach coach. You definitely pay for the privilege of eating natural food from a truck that runs on biodiesel, but that's ok once in a while since I usually bring my lunch. The veggie burger ($10) was full of flavor but a little messy to eat. The price would have been prohibitive except that the side salad, full of flowers, herbs and wild-tasting things, was really good, so I guess it was worth it. For the same price, you can also get a Niman ranch hamburger. There's also natural hotdogs, breakfast burritos, fish tacos, salads and desserts. The Green Truck has two trucks now and has ordered two more, so clearly there's a growing demand for healthy rolling food.
Green Truck -- currently in front of 5700 Wilshire Blvd. on weekdays