ESPN is really going all out this World Cup. They are spending a ton of money on advertising and just recently announced they are going to televise 25 of the games in 3-D. But more importantly, at least to me is the news of the ESPN World Cup food trucks in New York and Los Angeles.
The sports network has paired up with, none other than, Kogi chef Roy Choi to create a street food menu inspired by the competing countries. The menu looks simple, but knowing Choi the food will probably have some sort of twist to it.
Oh and don’t worry, while you are enjoying your food you can catch the games on a couple of large high definition LCD video screens. So keep an eye out for the truck and tell me how it is.
SILVER-DOLLAR PANCAKES $3
WITH SESAME BUTTER, MAPLE SYRUP AND HASH BROWN CAKE (5 PER ORDER)
HUEVOS RANCHEROS $5
CRISPY, FRESHLY GRIDDLED CORN TORTILLAS TOPPED WITH
MEXICAN CHORIZO, SUNNY-SIDE-UP HUEVOS AND REFRIED BEANS
TORTILLA ESPANOLA $4
SPANISH OMELET WITH TOMATOES, HERBS AND MANCHEGO CHEESE
CARNE ASADA BURRITO $5
SKIRT AND FLANK STEAK MARINATED IN LIME, GARLIC, CILANTRO AND BEER
SERVED WITH PINTO BEANS AND A TOMATILLO-BASED SALSA VERDE
MINI HAMBURGERS WITH KOGI KETCHUP (2 PER ORDER)
BUNNY CHOW $6
CHICKEN CURRY IN TOASTED, HOLLOWED OUT BUN
SEARED RICE BALLS $4
WITH A MEDLEY OF BEANS AND VEGETABLES, BASIL, CRACKED PEPPER,
MOZZARELLA, TOMATOES, OLIVE OIL (2 PER ORDER)
LAMB GYRO $6
IN A PITA, PICKLED ONIONS, GREENS, “GUTTER-STYLE” TZATZIKI SAUCE
YAKI MANDOO DUMPLINGS $4 for 3, $7 for 6
FRIED PORK DUMPLINGS POTSTICKER-STYLE