I Hate Food Trucks !!


I thought Food trucks were supposed to be rolling bistros, filled with artisan prepared meals, inventively prepared and delivered to us at a great price as an alternative to The Olive Garden, instead they are The Olive Garden only on wheels! Where is Al Kaeda when we need them? I saw half a dozen trucks parked ass to ass on Wilshire Blvd the other day and thought they were filming a Will Smith movie !!! They are everywhere now !!!!

DESTROY ALLLLLL FOOD TRUCKS !!!!! HOT DOG WAGONS RULE !!!

Comments

  1. couldn’t agree more.
    a. it’s old news and they’re passe already.
    b. completely overrated.

    food on wheels is simply a kitschy waste of time.

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  2. HERE-HERE!!!
    Not to mention these rolling cock-roach mobiles (Ive seen it a few time). They are not rated by the LA County board at this time and MOST IMPORTANTLY, they are putting the “mom & pop/brick & mortar” shops out of business.

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  3. For the most part I would agree, BUT here in San Francisco there is a trend of some pretty fancy food trucks – kung-fu tacos, space age waffles, bacon wrapped lobster sticks (ok, I made that last one up, but it sounded good to me).

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  4. When did this lameness start? Imagine this: You have a facility and it’s in a food desert, so everyone brings a lunch. Now, random food trucks come by, including a cupcake truck. You still have to pack a lunch unless your taste buds don’t work anyways. And who’d eat cupcakes for lunch anyways? Would you try weird ethnic food from a truck if you wouldn’t go to a real restaurant with the same weird food? How lame.

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