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Filipino Food Truck!

Yeh, boyeeeee!  Thanks to two Fil-Am food bloggers, L.A.’s first Filipino food truck is now rollin’ (as in driving and making lumpia — insert groans).  The Manila Machine is jumping into L.A.’s chic street food scene with both traditional island fare and unique creations.

It’s not just about taco trucks parking by construction sites anymore.  These wheeled kitchens serve up all manner of gourmet creativity.  Devoted fans will wait up to 45 minutes for Korean BBQ tacos from Kogi, Ube pancakes from The Buttermilk Truck or French Fry filled Tamales from Fresh Fries.  But let’s get back to this post’s primary shout out….

I’m calling on Manny Pacquiao all Filipinos to show some love to The Manila Machine.  If you’ve not had Filipino food, think of it as Chinese food minus the communism.  Nothing too exotic, just savory and succulent food served with white rice and a smile.  Get over to their website to find out where they’ll be.  Guaranteed, in the near future I’ll be stuffing my Filipino face with an Ube cupcake (topped with coconut buttercream), sisig, and one of their pan de sal sliders.  Quite possibly in that order.

Mabuhay!

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  1. East and West
    July 27, 2010 at 3:44 pm

    Heard good things about Manila Machine and will chase them the next time I’m in SoCal. Hoping to get a Filipino food truck in Santa Clara county too.

  2. August 19, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    ROLLIN SOON…SEPT 2010

    TAPABOY!

    http://WWW.TAPABOYLA.COM

  3. September 15, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    Hopefully they’ll be on Valley sometime.

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