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Food

Food Truck Update: Filipino, Jamaican Super Food, & More Tacos

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There seems to be little stalling in the world of food trucks, as more options for four-wheeled meals continue to hit the streets of Los Angeles. Three new trucks are in their early launch stages: The Manila Machine is the combined efforts of food bloggers Marvin Gapultos (Burnt Lumpia) and Nastassia Johnson (Let Me Eat Cake); Granny's Truck (aka @hotpeppasteppa) is serving up "Organic Jamaican Super Food; and The Knockout Taco Truck will soon be serving up tacos from all sorts of cuisines that aim to pack a real punch.

And while not quite a free-wheelin' full-service food truck, EaterLA reports that upscale Hollywood diner Kitchen 24 is mobilizing a lunch truck.

Spot a new truck online or on the road? Let us know and we can add it to our growing list.