Uncle Gussy’s

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NYC Food Truck Lunch: Pork Chop & Avgolemono Soup From Uncle Gussy’s

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.


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NY Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp Souvlaki From Uncle Gussy’s

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.


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NY Food Truck Lunch: Keftedes & Baklava From Uncle Gussy’s

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.