The time has come again to crown the king of New York City’s street food scene at the annual Vendy Awards.
Another week, another new food truck! To be fair, Moo Shu Grill is not a brand new truck, but has arisen like a phoenix from the ashes of the Fishing Shrimp Truck.
Through our Mobile Munchies Twitter feed, we’ve been hearing good things about the Egg Tosti from The Steel Cart. Although we usually have only a bagel for breakfast, we do enjoy The Steel Cart’s soups and sandwiches for lunch. Once in a while it’s fun to get breakfast for lunch, too.
The newest food truck in town is called Wing’n It. They specialize in one thing – chicken wings, and you can have them grilled, baked or fried.
Another new food truck popped up recently, and if you like cold Italian hero sandwiches, make sure to check them out. This was one of the best sandwiches we’ve had in a while.
There have been a number of new street food vendors coming out in the past month or so, and Mamak is one of the more intriguing ones. They specialize in rendang, a Malaysian stew that’s popular throughout Southeast Asia, but there were other interesting things on the menu we wanted to try as well.
Recently, Blend Express was parked between 55th & 56th St. We’ve enjoyed their Latin beef bowl, but walking by we noticed something new on the menu – a Cuban Sandwich for $7. Sold!
The latest food truck to hit NYC is called Sweet Chili, and they serve what the chef and owner, Lisa Fernandes, calls “Thaietnamese” Cuisine. That’s because there are some aspects of Thai and some aspects of Vietnamese cooking in her dishes.
Perry, the voice behind New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City food trucks. There’s a new food truck on the street, but the company has actually been around for […]
When we travel to L.A., there are at least 3 food trucks serving banh mi, the Vietnamese sandwiches that we love. It’s about time that NYC finally has a banh mi truck of its own.
Food Truck Central is not an official designation, but on 47th St between Madison & Park, on Park Ave between 47th & 48th St, and across Park Ave towards Lexington, there are about 10 food trucks. That doesn’t even count the Mister Softee and Frozen Yogurt trucks.
Frosty Pooch is a new food truck — for dogs! Created by husband and wife team Angela and Raymond Meyers, the new truck offers cold doggie treats, dog toys and water for your pooch.
One of the newest food trucks to hit our streets is the Mamu Thai Noodle Truck. The owner, Siwat Thitiwatana, got the urge to serve Thai noodles here in his native NYC after visiting family in Thailand, where his uncle owns 3 noodle shops.
The sun’s out, the flowers are blooming, and everyone’s gearing up for the upcoming food festival season. A few of these take advantage of the outdoors and all highlight delicious dishes found around town.
The City Council on Wednesday discussed a proposed bill that would create zones where food trucks cannot operate.