Two-month-old Krazy BBQ Food Truck really is krazy good, successfully executing Mexican & Korean BBQ fusion food – especially the Taquitos.
- phe-nom-e-nal, i want more now, tangy spicy sweet Krazy Beef Taquitos with Guacamole Sauce, KB Salsa & Lettuce ($5)
- tender, juicy, sweet KBBQ glaze shines thru Korean Pork Taco with KB Salsa, Cilantro, Onions & Cabbage ($2)
- the dressing is the best part, limp Iceberg Krazy Chicken Salad with Sliced Carrots, Tomato, Peperoncini & KB Ginger Sauce ($5)
Wow. Just when you think you can't handle another Korean BBQ food truck, Krazy BBQ comes in and sweeps you away with true Mexican-Korean BBQ fusion, way beyond the tortilla.
The ridiculously, krazy good Beef Taquitos (total of 5) definitely washed away my hand model and I's disappointment over the sold-out Short Ribs – and we totally fought over the last one too. The amount of ingredients and flavors going on magically all work together in a superfluous way you could never even imagine – Shredded Monterey Jack & Cheddar, Guacamole Cream Sauce, KB Salsa, Long Stringy Shredded Red Cabbage, Lettuce, Korean BBQ Sweet Sauce & Marinated Bulgogi Beef. You'll be schlopping up every last bite of toppings, trust me.
The Pork Taco is sweeter and spicier with a thicker Korean BBQ glaze, but still maintains the Mexi-Que fusion with fresh Chopped White Onion, Cilantro, and Cabbage. You can tell the chunky Pork is marinated because it's really juicy, and the Tortilla is deliciously fluffy. We also dipped the Taco in the Super Fiery Spicy Kimchee Sauce to balance out some of the sweet.
The most disappointing part is the Chicken Salad. I thought I was doing ourselves a favor by ordering something healthy, but had I known it would be all limp Iceberg Lettuce, I never would have ordered it. And to top it off, the Chicken isn't even good, but rather very fatty. I will say the Ginger Sauce Dressing is refreshing though.
Conclusion – stick to the Taquitos (do not share, you will want more) & the Tacos.
Krazy BBQ also serve Burritos ($6), Polish Sausage Hot Dogs ($5), Sandwiches ($6), Rice Plates ($6-8), and wacky Walnut & Peanut Dessert Balls (Small $2.50, Large $4).
Follow them @krazybbq for lunch today between Wilshire & Fairfax from 11am-3pm, and Sawtelle & Olympic from 11am-8pm.
Or, visit them at the OC Foodie Fest, Saturday August 28th at the Anaheim Honda Center from 11:30am-7pm.