Time Out says
This roving bagel truck (check their twitter for updated locations) is not only making some of the best bagels in Los Angeles, but they're making some of the best breakfast sandwiches to boot. From The Mishka (sun-dried tomato spread, onions and alfalfa sprouts on an everything bagel) to The Game Over (scrambled eggs, bacon, sliced tomato, beer cheese and jalapeno spread on a cheddar bagel), these massive, two-hands-necessary bagel sandwiches are made to order, so you may have to wait a solid 15-20 minutes after ordering. You'll need that appetite to consume the whole damn thing.
|Opening hours:||Sun, Tue-Fri 8am-Noon; Sat 9am-Noon|
|Do you own this business?|
Users say (4)
Average User Rating
3.8 / 5
- 5 star:1
- 4 star:1
- 3 star:2
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:0
I would say that I want to be friends with the guys behind Yeastie Boys - since they seem hilarious, cool, and have direct access to some of the city's very best bagels - but I worry that would result in being too stoned all the time to, like, function, and that might be a problem.
If you are craving a bagel, try Yeastie Boys! They are worth the drive, you just have to find where they are! Their everything bagels are delicious and their bagel sandwiches are very good. Can't wait to go back!
I've been looking forward to trying Yeastie Boys for a while and pretty disappointed. I didn't have to experience the notoriously long waits, but I really wasn't blown away by the bagel. It was kind of a mess and pretty flavorless.
5 stars for the food, minus 2 stars for the ridiculous amount of time it takes for them to make said food. I love bagels — and these are amazing bagels — but I can't wait 40 minutes outside of their truck for my order to be ready. Yes, I see you scrambling those made-to-order eggs, but good lord, I'm hungry dude. I've heard of people demanding their money back after waiting 30 minutes, and I don't blame them.
But seriously, if you're in the area, I'll probably stop by.