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.
The parmesan peppercorn sauce was also mayo-based, and personally we liked it better. That’s not a big surprise, considering we’re huge on anything cheesy, and this was pretty cheesy. There wasn’t much from the peppercorns, but it was still a good dipping sauce.
The cheese steak meat on top was pretty good with the panko, grated cheese and chipotle mayo. The chipotle mayo wasn’t particularly spicy, but it did add some flavor.
The lobster meat was mixed with a decent amount of mayo, so that the flavor of mayo was pretty evident in each bite. That made it nice and creamy, but this wasn’t one of those lobster rolls with lots of mayo and no lobster meat. There was plenty of lobster meat in there.
The shredded beef torta marries onion marmalade, roasted poblano peppers, cotija cheese, and chipotle mayo. The pork carnitas are piled high with black beans, pickled onions, avocado, arugula, cotija cheese, and chipotle mayo. The chicken al pastor boasts black beans, tomato, avocado, arugula, and cilantro mayo.
The Elm City has not been immune to the food truck/cart explosion of the last couple years. We're starting to see mobile gourmet eats parked a few feet from regular neighborhood staples like hot dogs, burritos and Chinese food to-go.
Thanks to a new food truck boasting a former Top Chef contestant, Belgian frites are hitting the road. Double-fried french fries with pink prickly pear mustard, anyone?