If you missed Downtown Chef Josef Centeno (from the very awesome Lazy Ox Canteen) aboard the Cart For a Cause Truck last week in Santa Monica, you’ve got another shot at it today. The truck will be parked at 5900 Wilshire today from 11:30 am to 1:30pm, and it looks like he’ll once again be serving up his signature “baco” – a self proclaimed hybrid of a taco and flatbread (although we thought of it more as a Chinese bun “sandwich”, made with flatbread instead of bao.) You get one of those plus a cookie, pistachios and a drink- all for $10! And it benefits City Meals on Wheels. Still not convinced this is the place to be for lunch today? Check out the baco porn, after the jump…
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Longtime readers of this site are all too familiar with my quirky rules for determining what places qualify as bonafide “Midtown Lunches”. (All you can eat buffet = good. The *best* salad and turkey sandwiches = meh.) But the one that looms largest is price. There are actually multiple reasons for this rule. #1. I’m a cheap bastard and of the opinion that it is our god given right to a delicious and filling lunch, for under $10. But it’s also a matter of self preservation as well. I’m already overwhelmed with the number of must try under $10 lunches in Los Angeles. Open the site up to every $12 lunch menu, avocado topped, boar’s head serving, salad/sandwich spot in L.A. and my head would probably explode. Plus I’m not interested in those kind of lunches.
But I’ll tell you what I am interested in. An oyster po’boy with french fries from the Lazy Ox Canteen! Profiled Lunch’ers “Shawna & Sonja” recommended the place, KevinEats was impressed, “The Guru” found some things to like about it, and the L.A. Times just gave them 3 stars (and called their burger the best in town.) How could I not?