By Kittee | KitteeKake Blog
Dazee and I popped over to the Dalo’s Kitchen cart today for lunch. What else would I want to eat for lunch right now? Once I heard they have gluten-free injera at the truck, I really couldn’t resist. I think it’s the weather.
They make the injera, and it’s the softest, fluffiest, gluten-free stuff I have ever seen. I have no idea what sort of grain these are made from, but I’m not even sure they have teff in them at all. Deluxe texture, but not much flavor and no tang to speak of.
I found the Dalo’s food truck a great deal for cheap, quick, xgfx eats, but super underwhelming. The food was hot and tasted fresh, but I found it really boring and very under seasoned (even with extra salt) and uninspired.
The menu said we were supposed to get split peas (alicha kik), but I swear we got served red lentil alicha instead, which isn’t a big deal, except again just sorta boring texture wise. I’ll probably give them another go in a few months, but for now I’m sticking with Emame’s for all my on the go Ethiopian needs.
Dalo’s Kitchen Food Truck
Central Eastside Food Carts
510 SE MLK Boulevard, PDX