San Francisco-Based Food Truck KoJa Kitchen Opens a Brick-and-Mortar in Tustin

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 23, 2018
Luxe lonchera 2.0: KoJa’s namesake offering. Photo by Edwin Goei Even if I didn’t know that KoJa Kitchen started in 2011 as a food truck in San Francisco, it would’ve been obvious the minute I saw the menu. Here lies all the hallmarks of...
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