It’s a food truck without the truck,” says chef Kajsa Alger of Blue Window. Her quick-serve spot is adjacent to Mud Hen Tavern, the restaurant co-owned by Susan Feniger where Alger also cooks, and the name befits the operation—a take-out window affixed to an otherwise empty blue wall in Hollywood.
It’s a simple concept: six items served in paper boats, each priced at $7, with a vegan version available on request. The menu’s theme changes every six months. Through February you can find Asian-inspired dishes like pork belly bánh mì sandwiches, fluffy BBQ jackfruit bao, and squash tempura skewers.
Hot Deal: As one of the heartier snacks, vegetable potstickers sing with a swipe of sweet red yam dipping sauce.
Try This: Whatever your stance on seafood, don’t skip the vegan Hawaiian poke. Pink cubes of braised daikon do an impressive job
masquerading as raw tuna. » 742B N. Highland Ave., 323-203-0500 or mudhentavern.com.