The Spot: Free Range L.A.What To Order: The Original Free Range L.A. Chicken SandwichNothing on this food truck's short-and-sweet menu is over $11. Do yourself a favor and try its signature chicken sandwich, which is stuffed with tempura-fried free-range chicken, chili coleslaw, and whole-grain mustard sauce. Free Range L.A.; various locations.
Street Cart Fries @ Spitz Spitz is located at 1725 Hillhurst Avenue in Los Feliz, (323) 522-3309; 2506 Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock, (323) 257-5600; and 3737 Cahuenga Blvd. in Studio City, (818) 755-0400; and 371 E 2nd Street in Little Tokyo, (213) 613-0101;
Compact, infinitely customizable, and portable—a sandwich is essentially the perfect food. As it happens, Los Angeles is the ideal place to get your hands on some of the tastiest sammies, hoagies, and subs in the …
L.A.'s 31 Best Cheap-Eats Spots (& What To Order) #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/los-angeles-cheap-eats#slide-10 The Spot: California Chicken CafeWhat To Order: Kale SaladWith locations everywhere from Venice and Santa Monica to Encino and Northridge, California Chicken Cafe has tons of solid, under-$10 options that will keep you full — and definitely coming back for more. California Chicken Cafe; multiple locations.
The Spot: The Grilled Cheese Truck What To Order: Cheesy Mac Fully LoadedWhen a food truck is dedicated to a single specialty, you know it's gotta be good. The key to the next-level deliciousness? Unique ingredients. This sandwich is complete with sharp-cheddar macaroni and cheese, BBQ pork, and caramelized onions. Bonus: You can walk away with the sandwich and a side of tater tots for under $10. The Grilled Cheese Truck; various locations.