Komodo Food Truck: Asian-Mexican Fusion From Truck to Brick-and-Mortar

Asian-Mexican Fusion From Truck to Brick-and-Mortar

Komodo Food Truck

The Hotel Bel-Air's former grill chef Erwin Tjahyadi made a splash in 2010 for serving Asian-Mexican fusion that didn’t involve tacos, but burritos, when he launched Komodo. Since then, Tjahyadi’s legend has grown, and his black-and-white Komodo dragon truck has gone brick-and-mortar. But the truck still rages on, serving menu classics like seared top sirloin, grilled marinated chicken, fish n’ grapes, spicy Singaporean-style shrimp, and Indonesian shredded pork rendang with sides like truffle or garlic fries (or tater tots) and meatballs with romesco sauce.

Arthur Bovino is The Daily Meal's executive editor. Follow Arthur on Twitter.

 

This post was originally published November 24, 2012

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