Traditional Oaxacan Mexican Food Found on the Streets of Los Angeles!

Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) goes into the wonderful world of Mexican street food by trying Oaxaca food for the first time! On 8th Street and Normandie Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles, there is a Oaxacan street food market that meets on weekends. This one-block long stretch of Mexican street food serves many traditional Oaxacan foods like the tlayuda, memela, and Oaxacan ice cream. It is one of the best street food markets in Los Angeles. What is Oaxacan food like? What are some of the must try Oaxacan Mexican foods? Find out here as Steve takes you on the best Mexican street food tour

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Hi there, my name is Steve Cha. Quite simply, I am an avid food vlogger, known for my show called Rockstar Eater on Youtube. Since its start in June of 2019, I have released over 300 episodes, covering many of Los Angeles' best and most unique foods, from high end restaurants to street foods. If you are looking for a reliable guide on the best foods you can find in LA (and other parts of the world), consider following me on Youtube and on Newsbreak! Youtube: Instagram: Business Inquires:

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