No Tomatoes!, the Indian food truck (@notomatoestruck) with the incongruous name, is the latest mobile eatery to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant. In early October, the No Tomatoes! cafe opened in the corner of a popular strip mall just south of the Beverly Center. Despite the highly trafficked location, that particular nook in the hard-to-see corner of the strip malls seems cursed. It was previously occupied by Crepe Republic and before that by a short-lived outpost of Brats Brothers. Let's see if Indian food does better than crepes and sausages.
Other food trucks that have opened brick-and-mortar restaurants:
- Fukuburger opens in Hollywood.
- Earlier this month, The Gastrobus (@thegastrobus) opened Gastronomico, a restaurant on Hillhurst.
- Komodo Opens in Kosher Corridor.
- Flying Pig Opens in Downtown L.A.
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