Right Turns for Food Trucks Lead to Successful Restaurants in DTLA
Alvin Cailin & EggSlut staff always… Sunny Side Up! Once a mobile outfit focusing on preparing incredibly delicious organic egg delights, Eggslut’s catering truck first rolled out in Santa Monica throwback 2011.
Today EggSlut, yolks it up at their new Downtown location, inside the Historic Grand Central Market, getting things crackin’ around 7:30 am. As the friendly staff scrambles around filling orders of “novice and extreme classic comfort fare”, Executive Chef, Alvin Cailin, greets his most loyal customers with a morning high-five, and a,
“How’s it going?”
Whip morning lethargy with their roasted coffee, and then…
Get a little naughty and try “The Fairfax”, soft scrambled eggs, topped with diced chive, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and Sriracha mayonnaise on a Portuguese bun. Or if you’re really feeling lose, try “The Slut”, a carefully coddled organic egg, mixed with a smooth potato puree and diced chive, poached in a glass jar and served with a toasty crostini.
What ever your pleasure – you can come out of your shell because it’s always a beautiful sunny day at EggsSlut. Eggslut is located at 317 S. Broadway, and is open 7 days a week from 8:00 am – 4pm.
TLT aka The Lime Truck from Oc to DTLA
TLT aka, The Lime Truck is billed as the food truck of Orange County for those in the food truck know.
TLT is a winner of the Los Angeles “The Great Food Truck Race Award”, a reality television series, that originally aired in August of 2010, on Food Network featuring competing food trucks with edge. Now with two TLT locations, one in Westwood Village and the other on 7th and Spring in Downtown Los Angeles, whether you’re ordering the Bangkok Chicken Sandwich with cilantro and cashews on a toasted baguette or the Beef Short Rib Sliders, with three braised beef short ribs, Aioli, red onion and arugula you’ll want to “route” for these winners.
The beverages at TLT make the food taste even more delicious. Add either fountain sodas or fresh fruit Limeade or get tipsty as both locations are well known for having full bars and beverages which complement each order.
Also TLT offers for those who have food allergies, gluten free items, where indicated. Daniel Shemtob who is the Executive Chef and founder of TLT makes sure that you’re well taken care of.
Shemtob’s energies go beyond the counter and kitchen. Daniel Shentob interacts with his costumers as if they’re family offering DTLA a variety of colorful foods available by dine in, takeout or delivery. Catering is also available. TLT DTLA is located at 225 W. 7th Street, 213 377 5333.