We’re not sure if there are records kept of this, but Uncle Gussy’s is likely one of the oldest street food vendors in NYC.
We certainly wouldn’t call this street food, but it was good. The pork chop wasn’t herb-crusted, it was more like herb-dusted, then grilled. The chop could have used a little less time on the grill, but it was tasty.
Uncle Gussy’s, a food cart that has been on the corner of Park Ave & 51st St since 1971 (and upgraded to a truck last year) serves delicious homemade Greek food.
Each oval meatball was the size of 2 round meatballs. With the sauce and rice, this was a very hearty dish, perfect for cold winter days. The meatballs tasted really good too, with herbs mixed into the meat.