Food Truck: Ajumama
My First Thought: "I haven't ventured into Korean food too much, and for no particularly good reason, but that truck looks promising."
Reality: In many ways, this is an elaboration and reaffirmation of this previous post I had written well over a year-and-a-half ago in relation to two of Columbus' most prominent food trucks, Catie Randazzo's Challah! and Laura Lee's Ajumama. Challah! itself warrants an update post in the near future as they have expanded their horizons, but for now, we concentrate on Lee's venture.
Bonus Item: Ajumama's adventurousness. On most food trucks, I appreciate a consistent menu. With Lee's food truck, my spouse and I eagerly await her explorations, whether it be an expansion on Korean fusion items (such as the Hodduk Cubano pictured below, or items we're still itching to try such as her Korean Falafel) or ventures into other realms like Hawaiian Plate Lunch or their fun take on Pancit and other Filipino cuisine staples, the latter with the very able assistance of Chef Sean. Pair these up with some Colmubus craft beer (Ajumama makes regular appearances at both Franklinton's Land Grant Brewing and Grandview's Four String Brewing taproom) and you have a very satisfying combo.