NYC Food Truck Lunch: Gourmet Empanadas From The Empanada SonataThe Piggy Mac had bbq pork and macaroni & cheese inside the empanada. Not a drop of grease came out of this empanada, but it was strange having mac & cheese inside an empanada. Somehow, it worked.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp & Grits From Harlem Seafood SoulWe smelled the cart a few steps before we saw the cart, and it was wonderful.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Cheesesteak From Butcher's ChoiceThe bread was just right. This could have been a messy cheesesteak, but even though the bread was soft, there was enough sturdiness to keep it from falling apart.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Chipotle Fried Chicken From The V SpotPerry, the founder of New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City street food.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Assorted Pelmeny From Anton's Russian DumplingsAnton's Russian Dumplings has been serving up hot dumpling dishes across from the IFC Center on 6th Ave and West 3rd St since March 2016.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Meat Lovers Sandwich From Neapolitan ExpressPizza dough worked well as hero bread. It was on the thin side, but that just added some crispiness to the bread. It was certainly strong enough to hold the fillings without falling apart.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Garlic Sausage Jian Bing From The Flying PigFor the past few months, we've been hearing about a food truck that serves jian bing, but tracking it down has been elusive. We were not familiar with jian bing, but the best way to describe it is as a stuffed savory Chinese crepe.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Calamari Dog & Mach Dog From Coney Shack$6 for a hot dog sounds like a lot, but here they are topped with beer-battered fish, lemongrass chicken or what we ate, one with fried calamari and one with caramelized pork.
Food Truck Lunch: Chevre Truffle Burger From Frites 'N MeatsThe Chevre Truffle Burger is not only topped with the namesake goat cheese (chevre), but also includes cheddar cheese, applewood smoked bacon and truffle butter. Wow!
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Bao and Spring Rolls From The Kaya CartKaya Cart serves five different kinds of bao, basically one of each meat (chicken, beef, pork belly plus duck) and one made with tofu. We got the red curry chicken and "cow bao".
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Jerk Beef Platter From Caribbean KingMake room for another street food king in New York City.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp Pad Thai and Crab Rolls From Tuk Tuk BoyUpon opening the container, you could only see two shrimp, but it turned out that a bunch of large shrimp were buried within the noodles.