Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Fatburger - Westwood

The attitude of the cashier girl is beyond apprehensible. I'm not sure what she's so pissed about, but she should be grateful she at least has a job!


Moving on to the food. Well, for $2.99 I got a small burger, 2.5 oz and boy was it tiny! My bf got the large burger and it was huge, but cost over $5. 

I also got an order of skinny fries, and he got an order of chili cheese fries. For all this fatness, we spent around $22. 

Was it worth the price? I think not. Sure, the burger was decent enough, but for less than $2.99, I could have gone to In-N-Out down the street and had a a regular burger served with a side of smile. 

I do have to say the fries here are better than In-N-Out. Chili fries were okay, nothing special. 

Bleh.. we know better. We just wanted to try something different, but this is what happens when you stray. 

Also, this location has a weird vibe. The clientele there is kinda ghetto, and after dining there, we slathered on Purell. 

Enter at your own risk.

10955 Kinross Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 208-7365

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Seoul Sausage: The Food Truck Winners

Lots of people are loving Seoul Sausage, and while I did enjoy the food there, I don't think it warrants a 5 star rating. 

We came here on two occasions. The first time was during their soft opening where we tried the kimchi rice balls. I've never had anything like it, and was pleasantly surprised at the taste. Fried rice wrapped with kimchi. Pretty damn good! At $3 a ball, it's kinda pricey, but not over-priced. 

The owners were super nice and friendly, which is huge plus in my book. 

Our next visit was a few weeks ago to try their famous sausages. 

We waited in line for a few minutes and ordered the kalbi sausage and the spicy pork sausage. I've read the reviews raving about how fabulous the sausages were and was super excited to try them. 

kalbi sausage
spicy pork sausage

I thought the kalbi sausage was delicious and juicy. It came with a kimchi relish and garlic jalapeno aioli, but it could have used more of both. The bun was warm, but I felt it was too much bread. 

The spicy pork sausage wasn't spicy at all. It tasted okay, nothing special. Just a normal sausage. The apple cabbage slaw helped give it some flavor, but I wouldn't order this again, especially at $7. 

Overall, the sausages were good, but not anything spectacular. They should offer more toppings, especially at $7 each. 

Also, they charged my credit card 3 times!! I had to call my bank to get it resolved, which it did eventually, so if you're coming here,  bring CASH.

Lastly, there are only 2 tables outside to sit on, so plan on eating standing up at the counter or take it to go. 


Seoul Sausage
11313 Mississippi Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(310) 477-7739