Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 15, 2011
Zagat Survey has been providing reviews of many of the countries restaurants for years.
Bolstering the food truck boom, Zagat has also started featuring a new and notable food truck each week. Last week the Holy Aioli Food Truck took the spotlight.
Merrill Shindler, editor of the Los Angeles Zagat Survey rates the truck as “positively heavenly”. He writes, “The fact that the truck's sandwiches – all of which feature the creamy namesake condiment – are obsessively healthy is a pleasant bonus. Breads are all-natural and contain no preservatives or additives, and canola oil free of trans-fats and cholesterol is used to cook the fries. As for the meat products, they come from the highly regarded Thumann's (of Carlstadt, NJ), which doesn't use fillers, extenders, artificial flavors or colors, gluten or MSG.”
Zagat's inclusion of food trucks in Los Angeles only solidifies their newfound recognition as "legitimate" eateries.
About Merrill Shindler:
Merrill Shindler is editor of the Los Angeles Zagat Survey, host of Fine Living: Critics on the Fine Living Network, restaurant critic for the Copley and San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, and host of a weekly program on how much fun it is to put things in your mouth on KABC Radio.