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Who let the bus out? World Fare Bustaurant rolls onto the scene

March 17, 2010 |  8:09 am

Bus Los Angeles got its first “bustaurant” as World Fare, a restaurant on a vintage double-decker bus, rolled into Hollywood this week. Chef Andi Van Willigan, formerly an executive sous-chef for the Michael Mina group, is in the kitchen turning out the restaurant’s signature “bunnys” — hollowed-out bread filled with a variety of savory ingredients like braised short ribs with horseradish creme fraiche.

This certainly adds a needed twist to the oversaturated gourmet food truck scene, and the roof-deck dining sure does beat eating on a curb. It'll be interesting to see this rolling restaurant around town and even more interesting to see what kinds of innovation it inspires. Maybe fine dining in a Winnebago or a table for two on the back of a flatbed truck. 


-- Jessica Gelt 

Photo: A double-decker bus travels across Waterloo Bridge in London. Credit: Adrian Dennis / AFP/Getty Images