A new food cart named Hyderabad popped up recently that splits its time between Midtown and the Financial District. The name is a reference to a city in India where they are from.
Classifying this sandwich is difficult. It can be eaten for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dessert. We settled on calling it brunch, which is a vague appellation that can be used for almost anything. Toast Monster lists it on their breakfast menu.
We’ve written about Tribeca Taco Truck before, but haven’t tried their burritos yet. This trip called for a carne asada burrito, which cost $8.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and T. Boone Pickens took to City Hall Park on Thursday to unveil the Neapolitan Express, the first ever food truck completely powered by compressed natural gas.
They don’t have a large menu, but what they do (tacos and tortas), they do well. We were in the mood for a sandwich, so we ordered a bistec torta, with extra spicy sauce on the side.
Chinese Mirch is basically a cross between Indian and Chinese cuisine, if you can imagine that. The Northern part of India is below Nepal and Tibet, which is the area where many of these dishes come from.
The Squeeze sells “raw comfort food.” Think cold pressed juices, booster shots, cleanses, and a few other healthy goodies.
Freddy’s original cart is on Broadway & 30th St in Astoria, Queens. For those of you who don’t get out of Manhattan much, the cart is only 1 block from the Broadway stop in Astoria on the N train, a short hop from Manhattan.
Taco Bite has only been around since the end of the summer, but they have a good following, and deservedly so. While their taco fundamentals are solid, it’s their sauces that keep us coming back for more.
There are plenty of carts on the streets of New York, but where can you find the highest quality meals? We narrowed it down for you – here are the best bets for a quality food cart lunch or dinner.
Question of the day: Can you eat lunch at a cheesesteak truck if you’re a vegetarian? Sounds like it may be impossible, but we gave it a try. No, we’re not going vegetarian, just expanding our palate.
Eddie’s has expanded on their initial pizza menu with some nice sandwiches and Italian sliders, but they didn’t have any sandwiches the day we went. Must have been a snafu with the rolls.
Perry, the voice behind New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City food trucks. We recently stopped by Palenque to drop off some food truck calendars, where they are the […]
If you ever see a list of the best hot dogs in NYC, Crif Dogs is invariably on the list. Not only do they have some creative toppings, but every frank is deep-fried, and most are wrapped in bacon. Yeah, that’s the ticket!
Perry, the voice behind New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City food trucks. The Mac Truck, serving macaroni & cheese with various toppings, debuted in mid-September. Our first visit […]
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