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sakkitch.jpegJoining the slowly growing brigade of food trucks on Miami's streets is Sakaya Kitchen, whose "Dim Ssäm à gogo" is revving up for its debut at the Burger Beast-organized street food vendor event during Fall for the Arts Festival on September 12th at the Arsht Center. The mobile menu will include the best old school eats from the restaurant, including the popular “Dim Ssam Sundays” brunch. Prices will range from $1-$6, Chef/owner Richard Hales is working with LA tattoo artist Adam Foreman of High Voltage Tattoo LA Ink fame on the truck exterior design and Food Cart USA in Miami on the 18’ custom truck build. Said Hales, "We are bringing all the so-called street food inspired goodness from Sakaya Kitchen back to the streets--plus some new items all to eat with your hands and Pollock your ass on the curb." [EaterWire]

Sakaya Kitchen

3401 North Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33127 Visit Website

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