EAT HOT BALLS & SAUSAGES @ SEOUL SAUSAGE CO. - LOS ANGELES

 ADDRESS:
(On Sawtelle street known as "Little Osaka)
11313 Mississippi Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90025
http://www.seoulsausage.com/
(310) 477-7739

*Note: Parking can be a pain here so I recommend parking in a nearby neighborhood street (for free!) instead of using meter parking.










My first impression of this place was that it has interesting food concepts but it ain't cheap!

I have seen the food truck around before but never wanted to get in the super long lines. Coincidentally, on our journey down Sawtelle street, Kev and I found this place! I have heard good things so of course I had to try it! The place is great for a quick lunch along with some good ole Japanese / Korean canned drinks (I should have taken a photo because now I forgot what kind of drinks.. sorry!)!

Kev got the Spicy Pork  Sausage and I got the Lil' Osaka because why not? We were in Little Osaka territory after all! The Spicy Pork Sausage hot dog was amaaaaaaazing. I don't know what they put in that little weiner, but damn, the meat was GOOD! The Lil' Osaka was a cute small fried ball that packed nothing less than a tasty bomb! It's a Japanese curry rice ball that is fried to crispy perfection. But, be careful because this thing is hot hot HOT! I could not handle the heat (and I don't mean it being spicy, I mean it being literally hot) so I had to cool down by blowing some air or something for a bit.

Overall, if I'm ever in the area or if I see the food truck then I definitely wanna try their other menu options! ^___^


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Hoppie is a gastronomic traveler based in Orange County, California. She loves writing about food and taking photos of food. Thus, the birth of this food diary came into existence. Other then food, she also loves fashion, exploring music, being a language geek, watching Japanese anime and Korean dramas. She is a recent graduate from UCI and has studied abroad at Yonsei Univ. in Korea and Meiji Gakuin in Japan. The future is always uncertain, but with a B.A. in International Studies, she hopes to find global opportunities; especially of course, global opportunities to try unique and different foods.
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