One of LA's best trucks goes brick & mortar

The process of taking something to the next level can be arduous, especially if you don't get the Magnet Beam in Elec Man's stage before taking on Ice Man. Taking their food truck grub to a Mega high level only available to you, the new brick & mortar Komodo. Komodo's a brand new Mid-Wilshire take-out spot from the guys behind the ubiquitous roving Asian burrito truck, w/ a photo of that truck gracing the wall and a massive kitchen allowing the chefs to totally up their food game, with dishes rotating every day and a special multi-cultural pre-opening menu tomorrow, available exclusively for readers of Dave Coulier's third favorite email newsletter, after the two he writes. The Wed-only menu's got four entree options from all over the world: Spanish garlic shrimp, fried Mochiko Hawaiian-style chicken, traditional Indonesian pork curry, and grilled skirt steak w/ a chimichurri sauce "done Cuban Style", which is weird, as the Mavs owner is mostly known for not having any. They'll also be rocking sides, like garlic mashed potatoes w/ sauteed scallions, sauteed green beans w/ roasted almonds, Tuscan potato gnocchi w/ brown butter, and oven-roasted fingerling potatoes, named so because gettingtothirdbaseling was too clunky.To make sure you're on board, mention Thrillist on Wed and they'll magically take $5 off your order -- a deal so good, you'll take one look at the line and Cut, man.