Monday, May 29, 2017

Smorgasburg, Los Angeles

There is just an endless multitude of food choices in Los Angeles. Having Smorgasburg out here really showcases the culturally diverse palate of Angelenos. Coming from the south, it was pretty mindblowing to see the extent of Asian and Mexican fusion flavors and ingredients incorporated into essentially every vendor's menus. There were too many choices and too few of us to try it all, but I think we made a pretty hefty dent. 

Stalls I definitely want to try next time but just didn't have the stomach room this time: Lobsterdamus, Porchetta Republic, Mama Musubi, Paloma's Paletas, Amazebowls. 

Shrimp Daddy: What we came for. Hawai'ian garlic shrimp just sounds
so bomb to begin with that even waiting an hour made it all worth it.
Chinese Laundry: Sichuan spicy cold noodle and hong shao pork belly
tacos - you get me with pork belly or taco anything 
Hot Star Chicken: this spicy Taiwanese fried chicken cutlet
is the first thing I've ever eaten in a Singaporean food court.
So good that it was obviously the first thing I bit into at
Smorgasburg also.  
Popdup: Loved my orange thyme iced oolong tea

Churro Boss: It's great how whenever someone says "churros,"
you will start hearing it circulate and pop up in nearby conversations.
I could really use another basket of fresh fried churros. 
Wanderlust Creamery: A sunny day in LA is never complete without ice cream 

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