LAX’s Kogi Taco Truck in T4
I introduced my wife to the Kogi Korean BBQ truck back when it first opened in the American Airlines terminal (T4) at LAX. Now, she loves their Korean tacos so much that she prefers to fly American over Air Canada! The founder of Kogi is arguably the person responsible for the whole food truck movement, and his tacos are insane and only cost $2.70 each.
What’s nice about the LAX truck is that you don’t have to wait in a huge line like you do at one of the trucks on the street. If you’re flying in or out of LAX, don’t miss out! The truck is near gate 46A in T4. Here’s a list of other LAX restaurants and their terminals.
FYI: The photo above was taken on Friday before we flew to London. Here’s that story.
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