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India Jones Chow Trucks are gourmet food trucks serving authentic Indian street food throughout Greater Los Angeles and Beach cities. The well respected Chef Sumant Pardal, the owner, hails from a family of restaurateurs in India and has been cooking for 38 years. Over the years he has owned & operated several restaurants in Los Angeles, including the famous East India Grills, Tufaan & Tiger Lily and has long list of accolades. Now, at India Jones, he specializes in Indian street food, particularly frankies: a roti is wrapped around fillings like lamb, paneer and mushrooms to form what the Zagat Guide’s blog calls “the Indian equivalent of a burrito.” His famous butter chicken, a mild tomato & cream curry served with rice, is also a staple of the India Jones menu.

The 2nd annual Vendy Awards brought together seven street vendors from around the city for a day of food and competition at Pan Pacific Park. Chef Sumant Pardal of India Jones Chow Truck, a mobile operation dishing out Indian plates, won the event’s ultimate recognition of sidewalk talent, the Vendy Cup.



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the gates open today at 2 pm @airandstyle the rain ain't no thing we are ready for this ⛷️

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Lunch today FF - #PlayaVista @Honest and we're here for you @FoodTruckAlley Penn #santamonica Tmrw @airandstyle RAIN or Shine

2 days ago

Finally Friday ~ ready for lunch!

2 days ago

We’re at 5858 Wilshire Blvd. 90036. Join us at the 5900 Wilshire - LACMA @LotMom @bookmylot #foodtrucks

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3 days ago

On the Blvd Thurs ~ lunch @5900Wilshire @LACMA last chance to get some Butter Chicken b 4 Friday 😎 See you all @FoodTruckAlley #santamonica

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4 days ago

Hump Day Lunch plans #SantaMonica we'll see u at Pennsylvania @FoodTruckAlley and at 31st and Ocean Park @BizParkFoodies @OceanParkN31st

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