Perry, the voice behind New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City food trucks.

A few months ago when we visited the World’s Best Sandwich truck (20th St between Broadway & Park Ave), I was almost tempted at the last minute by the Spanish Sub, but went with my original choice, chicken salad on a roll.  It was decent, but I should have listened to my heart.

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This time, the Daily Special was a Spanish Sub for $6 , so it was no contest what to order.

The Spanish Sub is chicken cutlet, mozzarella cheese, avocado, jalapeno, tomato and oil & vinegar.

There was a nice sized chicken cutlet breaded with panko bread crumbs, which gave the cutlet some crunchiness and texture.

spanish sandwich NY Food Truck Lunch: Spanish Sub From The Worlds Best Sandwich Truck

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I’m not sure who came up with the idea of adding jalapenos and avocado to a chicken cutlet sandwich, but they deserve an award.  The jalapenos gave the chicken cutlet some bite, and the avocado added a creamy vegetable flavor to the mix.

spanish truck NY Food Truck Lunch: Spanish Sub From The Worlds Best Sandwich Truck

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This was almost like having 2 different sandwiches because some bites had chicken, jalapeno and avocado and some bites had chicken, lettuce, tomato and oil & vinegar – kind of a half-Spanish/half-Italian sub.

There was also a slice of mozzarella cheese that I saw, but didn’t really taste.  Two slices of cheese would have been better or something a little stronger, such as provolone.

The World’s Best Sandwich Truck doesn’t tweet or have a website, but they are on 20th St between Broadway and Park Ave weekdays for breakfast and lunch. As you can tell, we highly recommend the Spanish Sub.

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