The Seti Polish Boy starts with the sausage being slow grilled. Then once you place your order it is then quickly deep fried before being added to the bun with hand cut french fries, their homemade bbq sauce and cole slaw. Although not totally traditional Seti’s offers chili and cheese as options to your Polish Boy.
The Texas Burger comes with lettuce, tomato, cheese, and a fried egg on top. They handled the fried egg just right, with plenty of yolk running down the sides of the burger and bun. We may have needed a few extra napkins, but there’s nothing like a messy yolk covering all aspects of a burger.
The Mogador Burger is a nicely grilled beef patty with lots of goodies tucked away in the bun.
We don’t know who came up with the idea of putting creamy tzaziki sauce on spicy pork, but it was a very good one. You don’t see dairy much in Asian cuisines, but the creamy yogurt sauce and slice of cucumber on top were the perfect cooling ingredients for the spicy pork. Add a pillow-soft bun, and you have a delicious dish.
The signature bun - made with free range Blythburgh pork, slow roasted, gently fried and then topped with hoi sin sauce, cucumbers and spring onions - will be made under a roof for the first time.
Seoul Food may not have been the first Korean food truck in NYC, but since they hit the street a little over a year ago, they have become a stalwart of the scene.
At the Peppered Pig food truck, a butter toasted French bread bun serves this purpose. Except instead of reeling-in handguns or heroin, the bun keeps the creative ingredients on the Peppered Pig's signature burgers and sandwiches from going sideways.
Fukuburger is a destination in itself is a Ranked #19 on The Daily Meal's inaugural 101 Best Food Trucks in America. Be Careful How You Pronounce It!
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