For husband-and-wife team Erik Cho and Brook Howell, it’s all about the fries. Cho and Howell own Frysmith, an LA food truck that uses fried potatoes as the platform for each dish. Instead of ketchup, the team tops the fries with combos ranging from organic tomatoes, mixed beans and soy chorizo to fiery spices, onions and cheese.
Cho and Howell launched the mobile kitchen after being laid off from non-foodservice jobs. They figured that topping fries with meat, cheese and veggies would make a great, portable, one-dish meal, and they were right.
The truck’s Rajas Fries feature fire-roasted poblano chilies and caramelized onions, plus marinated steak cooked on a spit and topped with Jack cheese. Kimchi Fries mingle kimchi (a traditional Korean dish of seasoned, fermented vegetables) and Kurobuta pork belly with onions and cheddar cheese. Frysmith also serves an all-beef chili that is made with beer and chocolate.
We understand Frysmith’s respect for fried potatoes. In fact, our fleet of gourmet food trucks – Greenz on Wheelz (855-6Greenz), Hang 10 Tacos (855-5-Hang-10) and The Hungry Nomad (877-NOMAD-10) – believes fries should be one of the main food groups. We whip fries up to complement hearty sandwiches, delicious dishes and even the garden-fresh salads our fans love.
Greenz on Wheelz, Hang 10 Tacos and The Hungry Nomad regularly cater large and small events, such as parties, weddings, concerts, bar/bat mitzvahs, conventions, charity events, and employee or tenant appreciation days. We have a long list of satisfied clients and can serve your guests from our regular menus or develop a special menu that meets your individual needs. Phone us to arrange a complimentary consultation. We’re all about the food.