The food truck craze shows no signs of abating -- I've been interviewed twice this week already by people working on TV shows and articles about food trucks, even though it seems like we'll never need another article about them. But some of the best-known trucks specialize in greasy late-night craving sort of food that frankly, most of us can't afford to eat too often. Since I rely on the rotating trucks of Wilshire Blvd. to mix up my office brown-bagging, I'm happy to find ones that actually serve vegetables. The Vizzi Truck's description is "coastal infused visionary cuisine." I have no idea what that means, but I really enjoyed my grilled Jidori chicken with a super-garlicky chimichurri sauce with caramelized broccoli. The Vizzi Truck's dishes come with a side of pimeno-spiced popcorn which is much more fun than say, tortilla chips. A work colleague reported that organic chickpea sliders were flavorful and garlicky, too. Other dishes include Wagyu beef on sliders or over broccoli and flatbreads with marinated chicken or shrimp and cheese. It's a little harder to describe than just fries, grilled cheese or Korean tacos, but trucks like the Vizzi Truck and Worldfare are trying to do something closer to restaurant food, with fresh, high quality ingredients -- and you don't even have to be hung over to appreciate them.