Fresser’s Truck Pulls Off the Road; Nom Nom Napping


Barely four months after opening, Fresser’s Deli truck is slamming on its brakes. As announced via website, the truck ordered a huge helping of consideration with a side of “soul-searching” and decided it was smart to pack it in. We’re not sure if this means the road is getting too rocky for the city’s cruising caterers, but we imagine we’ll see more hazard signals if a pastrami truck can’t cut it in L.A. LAist says they once enjoyed downing Fresser’s meat and announces the truck’s last supper will be held at an open event in Malibu’s Calamigos Ranch this Saturday night from 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. Now who moved your mobile banh mi?

Nom-Nom temporarily took its Vietnamese fusion off the streets for a slumber, because they “have some stuff going on, according to its Twitter. A new update on their site promises, “we will be taking a break ‘til next week,” so a return could be imminent. In the meantime, the Nomsters are still actively blogging and trumpeting some tricked-out new features on its truck, so we expect some bigger news could emerge in their pursuit to bring banh mi to L.A.’s under-served stomachs once the vacation ends.

Food Truck Farewell: Fresser’s Hanging Up the Pastrami [LAist]