They serve bao, which is what Fun Buns NYC serves. That might explain why the Kaya Cart doesn’t venture into Midtown.
The dawg itself was good, but with the pulled pork and other toppings, it was excellent. The pulled pork was a little on the sweet side, which we prefer in bbq to a vinegary sauce. The sweetness of the pulled pork worked well with the saltiness of the hot dog.
If you want things spicy, there’s a bottle of sriracha and small containers to put it in by the truck’s window. We recommend putting some on the duck. The ginger scallion mayo didn’t really add much.
We’ve enjoyed a couple of lunches at the seasonal Rouge Tomate cart right outside the Central Park Zoo, on 5th Ave at 64th St. So it was a pleasant surprise when they tweeted a new menu around.
By Ando Muneno | Phoenix News Times The business: T-Licious Tasty Teazy Tacos What you need to know: Oaxaca-style food fused with classic French...
FOR half a century Montreal has embraced fine dining and rejected street food. But a humble taco truck might just be the first shot fired in a foodie revolution.
Fried Oreos, duck sandwiches, chicken strips coated in Captain Crunch cereal – these eclectic eats are served up hot and fresh every day off the counters of a growing number of food trucks roaming the streets of South Florida.
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