Tokyo native Hiro Seo, called Tomo, started LuckDish two and a half years ago, serving curry rice and other curry dishes out of the silver trailer. And this is not curry from a packet, as so many resort to, but homemade curry, which Seo cooks for 48 hours in his Airstream's tiny kitchen.
In the Street Food Market on Millennium Square you can travel the world through taste. Authentic Spanish paella, French crepes, British burgers, Middle Eastern falafel, Creole BBQ, and Indian curries will make for some extremely contented bellies. There will also be a picnic area and the water fountains for kids to play in.
We understand that people are embracing local products more and more, and we strive to provide fresh, local ingredients in our homemade treats and to work with respected vendors to offer unique frozen treats and prepackaged items
The vegetarian meatballs were the perfect blend of spicy and savoury. They came served on a bed of roasted vegetables with a garden salad and French fries.
A graduate of the culinary program at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Rogers works full time as a Canada Post letter carrier. Currently on leave from delivering mail, he said he has always felt a strong calling to be a chef.
The festival will feature more than 20 trucks from throughout New England, serving food ranging from gourmet grilled cheese, Vietnamese sandwiches, sliders, pizza, lobster rolls, homemade ice cream sandwiches, whoopee pies, cupcakes and more.
Food on the go has a different meaning to Robbie Tucker and Lauren "Lulu" Loomis. The couple own and run Lulu's Local Eatery food truck, a mobile cafe built from a used Snap-On Tool van. They pop up at hospital and company parking lots during lunch hour, as well as farmers markets, outdoor festivals and private events.
Movie watching can work up quite an appetite. That's why several food trucks are going to be on hand feeding all of the festival-goers this weekend during the Little Rock Film Festival, starting today (May 17).
The recipes are homemade, showcasing whatever the owners feel like cooking that week; even the truck’s ketchup is homemade. The owners are always friendly, too, remembering your name and never failing to strike up a conversation with you while you wait for your food, which is prepared in no time flat, especially considering the detail-oriented items on the menu.
In what is almost sure to be this year's food-match-made-in-heaven, Mamma Toledo's Pies will join forces with Short Leash Hot Dogs for a partnership of two of America's favorite foods under one roof.