Dim Ssam A Gogo
Chef and owner Richard Hales has been fighting the good food truck fight for a while now in Miami since launching his food truck in 2010. Having dealt with more permit and event issues than he’s likely interested to recall, it’s no surprise that he’s taken his affordable some 30-item menu brick-and-mortar. But you can still get your "Popcorn" Shrimp Ssäm with spicy sticky rice and banchan in the truck, provided the cops aren’t harassing him. — Arthur Bovino, 11/13/2012
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Winner of Best Food Truck 2011. See more of the best at http://bestof.voiceplaces.com/miami
Try the tater tots topped with short ribs and cheese. Not healthy, but good.
Proclaimed Best Food Truck by New Times Broward Palm Beach! What makes Halles' truck so great is the balance he achieves between modern restaurant cooking technique and munchie-inducing street fare.
Had the pulled pork sandwich, and now I'm wondering why I never put kimchee on a pulled pork sandwich before. It was amazing