NYC Food Truck Lunch takes a look at how Brooklyn’s Grandma Pizza stacks up against the others.
A new food truck opened recently that bills itself as “The Authentic Taste of Puerto Rico”. We can’t vouch for the authenticity claim, but we can let you know if the Latin Kitchen is worth your time and money.
As any food truck worth its salt knows, you need to keep things fresh to keep ‘em coming back, and the Morris Truck does this well. There are the classics, and then the ever-changing specials.
With creative planning and the right containers, packing a quick and healthy lunch can be as easy as ABC and 123!
Shanghai Sogo always keeps things interesting, adding and removing menu items on a regular basis.
The menu at Steak Freak is eclectic, with the top part of the menu concentrating on various forms of steak, and the lower half including a chicken and shrimp dish.
Guess who’s baaack? One of our favorite NYC street vendors, Bistro Truck, who opened a restaurant a couple of years ago.
Our go-to on hot dogs is mustard, relish and sauerkraut. On the second one, we got sauteed onions, that vinegary NYC staple of hot dog vendors.
After a blazing start, Morocho was not around much last year, but now they’re back on Union Square West just north of 14th St with a custom-built food cart.
It’s been a while since we’ve been to the Cinnamon Snail, and just our luck, they had a brand-new daily special today.
We ran yet across another new food truck on 52nd St & 6th Ave. a couple of days ago. The name of the food truck is The Sandwich Factory, and they are the third glatt kosher food truck we’ve seen in the past couple of months.
A relatively new food truck called Schnitzi has been on the NYC streets over the past month or so, but they are not newcomers to NYC.
We always enjoy lunch from Bian Dang, the Taiwanese food truck that received a Rookie of the Year Vendy Award nomination in 2009, but the menu is fairly static. That’s why we were excited to see a new dish, Salt & Pepper Chicken.
There are several good Indian food trucks and carts in NYC, but you don’t often see korma on the menu. Korma is a good choice for those of you who don’t like strong Indian spices.
Valducci’s has been testing out an eggplant panini sandwich, and the only way to know about it is to follow them on Twitter.