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For the adventurous eater, this is good news. Options range from Indian to Japanese to Latin to burgers. But there are so many options it can be difficult to make a decision, so I'm here to help.
Each weekday morning, Janna Gustin rises well before dawn and bakes croissants — plain, chocolate, almond, ham-Gruyère — in the kitchen of an Uptown restaurant, loads them in her cheery yellowPaulette Bakery truck and heads to downtown Minneapolis, selling them from 7 to 10 a.m. to a growing clientele.
New food truck serving Indian food with a contemporary twist opens in the Twin Cities
The Second Annual Minnesota Food Truck Fair is coming up next month, as I see in the Star Tribune. I can get gassy at the chassis of such vehicles as the Gastrotruck, or order something called a Bangkok burrito at the World Street Kitchen truck.
Yes, beyond bringing the retro feel of a good ol’ fashioned drive-in to the streets of St. Paul, Neato’s Burgers has given us the precious gift of duck-fat frying, without the hefty price tag or the cross-country journey. God bless them.
I worked for the Wadis last year, as the catering and events manager for World Street Kitchen, which also meant I was out working on the truck every day. I had been interested in food trucks for decades and was fortunate to get a job on one of the best trucks, and I had a fantastic experience.
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
The ordinance City Councilor Emily Larson has introduced would require food trucks not to encroach on traditional bricks-and-mortar restaurants.
Another food truck season is finally up and running. Among the first trucks of the new crop of street food entrepreneurs is a grassy-green truck adorned with a little goat that is on its third day of downtown Minneapolis business.