Just minutes from the stuffy hi-tech business district of modern Shanghai, traditional street food is sold from the back doors of people living in the 1930s-built Jing’an Villas neighborhood
Other specialties of the lunch counter are milk teas and Taiwanese-style shaved ices
Guerrilla Street Food is every bit as serious about their cuisine as the truck’s military-influenced paint job
We spent the afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Outside the museum are food carts, and one in particular caught my eye — Cake & Shake.
The Camelot crew is riding through Minneapolis in an old bus painted with the message “Free Organic Food” when, idling at a stoplight, a van pulls up in the next lane.