After the concert Aaron, Derek and I were hungry. Since we were in LA we had to eat at some good place! Guess where we decided to eat? El Chato! El Chato is a food truck but not your typical food truck. It’s a trailer hooked to a truck parked in a random corner of an intersection in a cramped parking lot. Ghetto fabulous.
They’re at that spot only on certain days and certain times. Basically Tuesday through Saturday from 9PM until later in the night. So we got there around 10 and had a very, very late dinner. I got a burrito with two different kinds of meat, pollo and chorizo. There was something about the burrito that was different from all the other burritos I’ve ever tried in my life. Whatever sauce they used made the burrito juicy and flavorful. There was an even amount of rice, meat, cheese, and vegetables. Because of the even spread and the sauce, it made my El Chato experience enjoyable.
Since El Chato has no seating whatsoever, we just stood and ate by Aaron’s car. We used his trunk as our table. The food definitely filled us up! I’m surprised that Aaron was able to eat the burrito and the quesadilla! The quesadilla was probably good for two. But he killed the burrito and quesadilla. Props to him. What a trooper!
I only ate three fourths of my burrito and just could not finish it. But really, I had to save room for dessert though it was way past ten at night. So I couldn’t “finish” the burrito but thankfully the guys were able to help me out. They finished it for me. Thanks friends!
Aaron and Derek were pretty resistant about getting dessert since they were full to the max from El Chato, but I kept insisting we go get some kind of dessert. Especially since it was Pi Day! Come on, you can’t not celebrate Pi Day, right? Right. After some minor argument, Derek ended up Yelping a place and found Susina Bakery.
We also got a huge slice of Berry Blossom. It’s a vanilla cake with berries in the middle. Everything was good! I have a sweet tooth so I probably enjoyed it the most out of the three of us. Aaron and Derek were kind of dying and blamed that the dessert for the pain they were going through. I blamed the El Chato.
Even though we were disgustingly full, we were able to clean up the dessert really well. Good teamwork! The dessert was totally worth it though it was a little pricey. Susina Bakery is a great place to check out if you’re in the LA area. There’s a wide range of desserts to select from, great service, and comfortable ambiance.
By the time we were done eating, Susina was closing up. So we left after a pleasant time of celebrating Pi Day and headed back home sweet home. Thank you Aaron and Derek for joining me in this LA excursion and for the late dinner and super late dessert! I owe you both! Hope you three had fun as much as I did!