Their specialty (if you couldn’t glean it from the confusing compound title) is cone-shaped empanadas. Though they’re not really empanadas, since only the shell is fried and then stuffed with either chicken or seafood. They’re more along the lines of El Burrito Mercado’s Walk-A-Taco, but unfortunately not as successful.
More limited menu than the brick-and-mortar locations
Portland, where roughly 600 vendors across the city are vying to soothe that rumbly in your tumbly.
The Lord Mayor opens Sydney's curbs & gutters to the kind of mobile food trucks that characterise so many cities in the US and throughout Asia.
Curryosity opened for business two weeks ago and began offering curries and decadent desserts out of a trailer.
Food truck burgers just got a little more interesting with the debut of Okay!
Located in a small purple garage on Falls Road were owner Daniel and his stainless steel hot dog cart.
"It was a project designed to fail," said one city councillor, on Wednesday, after the street vendor program got caught up in red tape, and crashed and burned.
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