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Bobby Hundreds

By Bobby Hundreds

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FUNK SOUL BROTHERS.

These new-wave lunch trucks are all the rage in Los Angeles. The trend largely kicked off with KogiBBQ, the Korean/Mexican fusion meals on wheels. But nowadays, you have hesher themed trucks, Kogi knockoffs, and green-minded coaches.

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Asian Soul Kitchen is one of the smartest, and most importantly, tastiest, of ‘em all.

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These are our good friends Snook and Richard, ASK is their brainchild. Asian/Soul Food fusion! They’ve got big plans for Asian Soul, not just in terms of their gourmet offerings, but branding and partnership wise. Follow them wherever they go onTwitter.

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Lettuce wrap and Asian sliders with shiitake mushrooms. Usually, I’m not a fan of the fungi, but these changed my mind.

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One of the favorites is ASK’s yakisoba. (if you read that quickly, looks like it says ASK YASI).

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But my top selections are their collard greens (not pictured) and their Lollipop Chicken. In their own words: “Our Lollipop Chicken are mouthwatering southern friend drummets in a sweet and spicy tamarind glaze and garnished with sesame seeds.” Stop salivating.

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To wash it down, they have all the right beverages. Mexican Coke bottles (you know, with actual sugar) and Japanese sodas like Calpico and Asahi Mitsuya Cider.

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ASIAN. SOUL. KITCHEN.

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