Love or hate the Kogi Korean taco truck in LA, but the business has not only transformed the way restaurateurs do business (Tweets? Pit stops on the westside and in Echo Park?) and the way people eat their food (on a sidewalk with sauce dripping down their leg). It has also spawned copycats likeminded small business operators that see the initial cost of entry as low (truck + staff + food). See the newest edition to the LA food truck landscape: Nom Nom Truck, selling banh mi straight from OC to your Westwood door step. It was created by a threesome of Vietnamese and Chinese folks who wanted Westminster-style Vietnamese sandwiches without having to deal with the I-405/I-22/Johnny Tran bike gang nightmare that is Bolsa.