Overall, we were happy with Drunkman Chicken from Luckyim Thai. There was a LOT of food, and it was good, especially for a new food truck. The dumplings we would call excellent.
The pretzel roll was firm, grilled to the point of hot without charred stripes, and yet not too hard, so it still contrasted pleasantly with the softness of the melted havarti and tomato. The tomato’s flavor was brought out by the salt while the dipping sauce rolled over the tongue with a spicy friskiness, only to be cooled by the strong, soothing cheese.
The menu is similar in many ways, but we don’t recall seeing Spicy Noodles on either of the other menus. Yeah, something new to try!
The store sells the ingredients to consumers who want to mimic the recipes sold from the food truck
Chef Caton spent a lot of sleepless nights figuring out how to take his Pot Kettle Black operation to the Bonnaroo music festival in Manchester, Tenn.
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