NYC Food Truck Lunch: Warrior Burger From Burger WarriorThe ingredients were fresh, the food was well prepared, and the service was friendly. What more can you ask for?
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Hunter's Stew From Old Traditional Polish CuisineJust in case there wasn't enough to eat, they also slipped a pierogi into our lunch. With lunch being a hunter's stew, of course it was a meat pierogi, which we seriously enjoyed.
National Grilled Cheese Day: Best Sandwiches In NYCThough most delis can sell you pre-sliced American on white bread, here are some grilled cheese that are little more indulgent and worth a few more dollars.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: "The Works" From Carl's SteaksWith so much food inside the bread, it took two hands to eat each half of the sandwich.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Fish & Chips From BompaYou know spring has truly arrived when new food trucks start springing up. The first one we've spotted this year is called Bompa, and they specialize in Belgian-style fries.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Pabellon Salad Bowl From MetroarepasThe arepa was delicious, especially on this cold day. It was crispy on the outside, soft and warm inside, and definitely warmed our insides too. It felt like the arepa could stay warm all day, if we needed it to.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Panko Fish Rice Bowl From Yaki Taco
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Salami Sandwich From Deli & DogzIf you aren't a big salami fan, there are plenty of other options. Deli & Dogz is more well-known for its pastrami anyway, even calling itself The Pastrami Truck.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Chinese Schnitzel From SchnitziThe schnitzel itself was breaded and deep-fried, with sesame seeds mixed into the breading. The chicken was still nice and juicy, and there was plenty of it in the sandwich.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp Tempura Rice Bowl From Domo TacoThe worst thing is when the breading on tempura shrimp is soft and soggy. Luckily, that was not the case. The tempura shrimp was still crunchy, even with sauce covering most of the shrimp.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Grilled Steak Salad Bowl From MeatossOne thing that sets Meatoss apart is their use of a professional Brazilian churrasco grill to cook the meats. The food is grilled on skewers surrounded by heat, which makes the cooking more uniform, and keeps more of the juices (and flavor) inside the meat.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: BBQ Chicken From Veronica's KitchenThe bbq sauce here was thick and somewhat sweet, just how we like it. We're not big fans of vinegary bbq sauces. We also asked for homemade hot sauce on the side. It really brought the heat, so use the hot sauce judiciously.

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