# Los angeles street food
This Food Truck Sells the Most Authentic Maryland Crab Cakes in Los Angeles
Steve Cha tries American seafood street food for the first time, at Cravin Crab Cakes, a food truck that operates out of Studio City and Pasadena. Cravin Crab Cakes is a special food truck in Los Angeles because they specialize in Maryland style crab cakes, which is hard to find in LA. In fact, Cravin Crab Cakes is the only food operation that sells the authentic version in LA! They also sell other Maryland foods like cream of crab soup. What is Maryland crab cakes? How does it differ from the typical American crab cake? Find out in this episode as Steve tries Maryland style crab cakes for the first time! This is one of many episodes that shows you what to eat in Los Angeles. Craving Crab Cakes: <a href="https://cravincrabcakes.com">https://cravincrabcakes.com</a>/
This BALI STYLE INDONESIAN FOOD is one of the Best New Popups in Los Angeles!
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) explores the wonderful world of Indonesian street food by trying Balinese street style food at Bungkus Bagus, which is a new pop-up in Glendale, CA, that specializes in Balinese food. Their specialty is their Balinese style bungkus, which is a nasi kuning rice, curry chicken, sayur urap, tempek orek all wrapped in banana leaf. Indonesian Balinese food is hard to find in Los Angeles, so Bangkus Bagus is truly a unique food spot specializing in these Balinese bungkus as well as other great Indonesian treats like kueh lapis and klepin. What is Balinese street food like? What does a Balinese bungkus look like? Find out in this video, which documents one of the best Indonesian foods in LA. Bungkus Bagus: <a href="https://www.bungkusbagusla.com">https://www.bungkusbagusla.com</a>/
10 Best Street Food Spots in Los Angeles
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) gives you the lowdown on the 10 Best Street Food Spots in LA! Street food is popular all over the world. Even in the US, you’ll find some noteworthy spots in major cities such as Los Angeles. Los Angeles has its share of street food markets and spots, but the question is: What are the best street food spots? What do they specialize in? What does street food look like in Los Angeles? Find out in this episode of street food in Los Angeles, which covers all kinds of ethnic street foods from American to Salvadorian, from famous places like Grand Central Market and 626 Night Market to unknown spots like the Guatemalan Night Market and Oaxacan Street Market.
Awesome SALVADORAN STREET FOOD in Koreatown Los Angeles
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) explores Salvadorian street food once again at a Salvadoran street food hotspot in Los Angeles, on James Wood and Vermont Avenue in Koreatown LA. This is one of two Salvadorian street food spots in Los Angeles, and serves all the popular Salvadoran street foods from pupusas to pastelitos to tamales. What is Salvadoran food like? What are some must try Salvadorian foods? Find out in this episode that explores another hotspot in Los Angeles.
LA's Biggest Latin American Street Food (2 Blocks of Tacos, Taquitos, and More!)
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) explores Mexican and Salvadoran street food in Los Angeles at what some call the Biggest Latin American Street Food Market in LA! The Pinata District Street Food market, located in Downtown Los Angeles, stretches for about two blocks on Olympic Blvd between Central and Standford Avenue! You’ll find a lot of pinatas, but also a lot of great street foods from tacos to pupusas to taquitos! And of course, the famous Tacos El Chivo, which makes the best pastor tacos in town! What does the biggest Latin American street food market look like? What are some must try Latin American street foods? Find out in this episode that highlights the best of Los Angeles street food at the Pinata District LA. It is no doubt the biggest street food market in Downtown LA.
This Armenian KABOB PLATTER is LA's Most Epic Street Food!
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) continues his Middle Eastern food tour by trying Armenian street food at Sam’s Kebab Grill in Van Nuys, CA. Sam’s Kebab is one of few Armenian street vendors in Los Angeles, and they specialize in high quality, delicious kebabs that range from beef and chicken lule to baby lamb chops and pork ribs! You can even get the huge Sam’s kebab platter and enjoy it on the streets of LA. What is Armenian food like? More specifically, what are Armenian street food kebabs like? Find out in this episode that highlights the best of Los Angeles street food! Sam's Kebab: <a href="https://www.yelp.com/biz/sam-s-kebab-van-nuys">https://www.yelp.com/biz/sam-s-kebab-van-nuys</a>
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