Cuisine(s)
Global
Price Scale
$
Description

First there was the truck: a roving purveyor of Spam sliders and kimchi fried rice and ginger-chicken tacos that got a city scratching its head (Korean-Hawaiian-Mexican fusion?) and rubbing its tummy—even seizing the attention of a nation by running away with Good Morning America‘s Best Food Cart in the Nation award. The reason is simple: vibrant flavors colliding affordably. The Spam sliders confer a sheen of respectability upon the "meat," wonderful on sweet Hawaiian rolls with slaw and cilantro; tacos are even better, especially the short rib variety, with moist marinated beef and crunchy vegetables and aromatics on corn tortillas. Best $2.75 you’re going to spend in this town. In keeping with the mobile-to-mortar trend Marination recently added a bona fide address—a 600-square-foot boite off Broadway, Marination Station slings the same vittles, along with outdoor seating and beer and wine.

Meal Times
Dinner, Lunch
Good to Know
Counter Service, Outdoor Dining, Takeout
Location

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