Are you looking for a place to enjoy Mediterranean Street Food in the Los Angeles area? Markets, food trucks and other food establishments are available to take care of your desire. If you are a whiz in the kitchen there are recipes as well as cookbooks available on line that have compiled an abundance of Mediterranean Street Food recipes. Here are some street vendors that serve up delicious Mediterranean street food that will fulfill that craving.
- Louks Food Truck. Louks serves up Greek gourmet food in the Los Angeles and Orange County area. Various types of gyros are available as well as honey feta, feta, and tzatziki fries. Sausage, lamb beef pork or chicken are available as main dishes. Louks also offers catering services for private parties.
- Vizzi Truck. This truck serves coastal inspired cuisine. Try the lavosh chicken or shrimp piadina or waygu beef and brocolli for an entree or the vizzi metro mix comprised of nuts for a snack. Vizzi's schedule changes weekly so be sure to check their web site for current times and dates.
- Kabob N Roll. A Greek food themed truck. Kabobs and pita's are some of the main dishes served. Sides include dolmas, hummus, meat pies and mini salads are available. Catering is available. The company e-mail and phone number are listed on their website.
- TastyMeat! Try a bamwich or chickwich or go meatless with chickpea falafel. Hummus, grilled cheese or fries are available as side dishes. Tastymeat! caters. Contact by web site or follow on twitter.
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