Cha Cha Chow offers non-traditional tacos (short rib, "Baja style" roasted chicken, curried sweet potato — the latter two on flour tortillas) along with a pretty good burger and a "Cuban Crime of Passion" — pulled pork, pickles, cheese, and mustard on a double-toasted roll. Seasoned fries served with spicy ketchup are a side dish.
The Elm City has not been immune to the food truck/cart explosion of the last couple years. We're starting to see mobile gourmet eats parked a few feet from regular neighborhood staples like hot dogs, burritos and Chinese food to-go.
Tantuni features double cooked meat rolled in flat bread. Hailing from Mersin in the south-east, this delicious snack is only authentic if it is cooked in cotton seed oil, cotton being the main trade good from down there.
After adding the hot sauce, we did enjoy lunch from Muay Thai, but that first shrimp pad thai was like it was from another, better cart.
A food truck isn’t everyone’s main course, but Kefi and his wife have the creative pallet to take the mobile meal machine to the next level.
When we went to the All About Downtown Festival in Jersey City, there were more than a dozen of NYC’s best food trucks, and there were also a few local Jersey City vendors.
The pictures of our Honolulu-raised president eating shave ice while on vacation represent only a glimpse of the Hawaiian foods that make the Aloha State such a favorite with foodies.
La Cakerie has only been open for just more than a month, but the downtown Towson bakery already has some big changes in store.