They say you're supposed to strike while the iron's hot, but if you're not going to be working, why do you need your shirt to look good anyway? For a hot resto striking with mobile operations, track down Dim Ssäm à Gogo Food Truck.
From Sakaya Kitchen, which's been Justin Bieber-popular since opening in January, Dim Ssäm's a food truck boasting a hot rod/rock 'n' roll exterior by LA Ink tat artist Adam Forman, and a pan-Asian-meets-Latin menu using a "farm-to-truck" philosophy, with goods coming in tapas-like half-portions for hand-eating, plus "double me up" full-size servings, which will likely follow through on their name. Some of the food's more elaborate than the resto's, with the chef deconstructing French technique and adding Asian & Latin flair to sandwiches like organic miso-cured foie gras torchon with pickled blueberry, and a Cuban-ish preparada with house-cured/-roasted pork layered with a kimchi & Swiss cheese croqueta, lightly pickled cucumber, and house sesame mustard, then folded into a steamed bun that's scored on a press, which Rick Pitino is going to be none too happy about. More Korean/Cubaness include a Korean-marinated beef bulgogi dish that's then seared until crispy (Vaca Frita-style), plus Sakaya staples like Ssam lettuce wraps filled with fried squid legs, popcorn shrimp, or pork belly, and a range of banh mis, which you can get sans bun, aka "Stripper style" -- kinda odd, since with most dances you get at least some bun.
They're also filling you with some serious desserts like cookies from the chef's wife, most notably the K'dunk-kadunk, a massive number jammed with morsels of dark/white chocolate, peanut butter, and pretzels filled with peanut butter -- a dessert so decadent, it'll stretch out the wrinkles in your shirt.