Tony, the mastermind behind Hamachi Hunters, spent years traveling the world honing his culinary skills. Born in Grenada, AKA The Spice Island, he grew up cooking with his mother. As an adult, he sought out professional training everywhere from London to Hong Kong to Barcelona to Tokyo. It was in Japan that Tony discovered his love for all things hamachi. He brought that passion back to the United States when he found himself in Los Angeles, CA. Now, he rolls around the city in his very own food truck, marrying Japanese techniques with Mexican style to give you the freshest eats on the streets.
Find this food truck and you'll find the best tacos in town. Hamachi Hunters is, in a way, Tony’s magnum opus. He can finally combine all his collective culinary experience by whipping up fusion foods in all forms. Take, for example, his Korean inspired beef taco complemented with kimchi, sprouts, and pea shoots. They've even got sashimi and fresh pressed juice. See what we mean? Find Hamachi Hunters in LA, or call 'em up to cater your next event today. Either way, this is one foodie experience you don't want to miss.
Awesome Avocado - A taco featuring a robust blend of sesame oil, sea salt, seaweed, peppercorn, and of course avocado, all spritzed with a citrusy splash of yuzu to tie the flavors together.
I’ve been to Japan more than 60 times in my life. Hamachi is one of my favorite dishes. One of my nicknames became the Hamachi Hunter because I was always looking for it.
My family’s from the Caribbean Island called Grenada, which is the Spice Island. I’ve been growing up cooking with my parents since I can remember.
I thought it was the most feasible test platform to do in LA. I still do private catering. More designer, more high-end. This was something I could bring to the people.
Arash Boudaghi, my partner in my project. He’s more like a life coach to me and encouraged me daily. He’s unbelievable. Very few human beings like him on the planet.
An event called Femme Fatale, a woman’s charity. There was live mic, poetry, film screenings. It was an intimate crowd of about a hundred people. It was just beautiful.
The Awesome Avocado. The recipe is from my best friend in Japan, from his mother-in-law. Some of the ingredients are flown in from Japan every month.
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