The West End Food Park is now in full swing at 2419 W. Fairview Ave. The formerly vacant parking lot now boasts a barn-like shaded dining area with picnic tables, lights and a couple of porta-potties. Though a bit off the beaten path, the spot has attracted a number of food trucks looking to break into Boise's street eats scene.
The sauces are available for dribbling or pouring at Cajun in a Truck, where featured as full entrees are the jambalaya, gumbo and bisque, plus shrimp etouffee pockets, po' boy sandwiches and sides including boudin balls of ground pork seasoned with the trinity and traditional spices, rolled in panko crumbs and flash-fried.
“It’s a kitchen on wheels,” King said.
About 10,000 guests were expected.
2,500 people descended upon a vacant lot in downtown Phoenix Saturday evening for the inaugural Food Truck Festival.
When I decide to treat myself I want my money’s worth.