More than 40 food trucks will feature their special creations with global cuisines ranging from Indian to Japanese to locally grown pork.
One3Five Cuisine truck is gone from its corner at the Montgomery County Farm Women’s Cooperative Market.
The food is still prepared fresh on the colorful food truck, which is parked next to a side door at the restaurant. Customers can still approach the truck from outside to order food or they can enter the dining room, order at the truck, and take their food inside to a dining area that seats around 40.
Mysttik Masaala describe themselves as an “Indian, Tibetan, Nepali food truck in NYC”. That sounds a lot like one of last year’s Rookie Finalists, Chinese Mirch, who changed their name to Get Stuffed Now.
New food truck serving Indian food with a contemporary twist opens in the Twin Cities
Indurritos, as they'll be called, will come in chicken, lamb, spinach paneer and vegan varieties, wrapped in Indian flatbread. There also will be Indian snacks
To the abundance of feathers in Oakland's culinary cap, let's add one more: our very own Top Chef alum, Preeti Mistry, who, as previously reported, has found a brick-and-mortar home for her popular Indian street-food pop-up, Juhu Beach Club, in Temescal, at 5179 Telegraph Avenue.