This truck serves everything from tacos and burritos to Chinese barbeque and Thai food.
A posse of food trucks is scheduled to turn out for the weekend, ranging from the decadent hot dogs of Quick Dog Catering to the fresh, sliced fruit of Mona’s Fruits.
The red truck with a yellow awning ("which symbolizes the Chinese flag") launched yesterday, and the owner tells Eater that the plan is to serve "traditional, authentic" Chinese barbecued lamb skewers.
Everything on the menu was in both Chinese and English, but we made the rookie mistake of thinking the English words were first and the Chinese words were underneath, when in fact the opposite was true. The English words were underneath the Chinese words.
Chinese Mirch is basically a cross between Indian and Chinese cuisine, if you can imagine that. The Northern part of India is below Nepal and Tibet, which is the area where many of these dishes come from.
For Tarpon Springs, February promises to be chock full of special events and local flavor.
Hao Bao is committed to delivering some of China's most simplistically authentic, delicious, and nutritious culinary staples
Running a restaurant is like “gardening a tree and waiting for rabbits to come
We've been looking into working with someone else on food trucks
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