You can find Korean inspired fare at Belly Bombz Kitchen in Artesia. And, my personal favorite is spotting the Belly Bombz food truck at events, festivals, and casual dinner stops in Los Angeles. You can find the food truck schedule on the Belly Bombz Kitchen website and in the information details box.
You can order four different wings that are naturally gluten-free at Belly Bombz Kitchen Food Truck.
The gluten-free chicken wings are:
Siracha Lime – siracha and fresh lime
Spicy Garlic Parmesan – garlic, buffalo, parmesan cheese
Honey Chipotle BBQ – sweet, spicy, house BBQ sauce
Bomb Dust – sweet, spicy, Memphis BBQ Rub
You can order all the wings bone-in or boneless. And, one order of wings is plenty for 1-2 people. The spicy garlic parmesan is my personal favorite.
If you find a favorite gluten-free wing at Belly Bombz Kitchen or food truck, snap a photo, and tag it #glutenfreelaguide or #glutenfreeanytimeanywhere. I want to see your pics. And, don’t forget to follow Chew This Up on Instagram.
I love eating at True Food Kitchen with friends that have allergy preferences and needs. And, near home I enjoy eating at J Nichols Kitchen. While I’m in Santa Monica, I can’t get enough of Art’s Table. It’s one of my favorite places to eat in Los Angeles.
And, if you’re at a food truck event, I definitely recommend India Jones Chow Truck or Belly Bombz Kitchen.
Belly Bombz Kitchen Restaurant + Truck
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