Underneath the snacks were lots of chickpeas and chickpea puree, chopped raw onions, and cilantro.
The menu is NY State-centric, including NYS cheddar cheese and maple syrup (natch). For the entire menu, such as maple grilled cheese for lunch, and maple bacon donuts for dessert.
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.
All the banh mi’s at Paris Sandwich Truck have pickled daikon and carrots, fresh cilantro, and a long slice of cucumber.
Lunch comes with a side salad of iceberg lettuce and tomato. The salad was sprinkled with herbs and spices, and a light dressing.
Without a lot of room on food trucks for storage, they basically use the same ingredients for breakfast as lunch, with the addition of eggs, bacon and sausage to the menu.
The truck serves–you guessed it–Katz’s Delicatessen style pastrami sandwiches and Hebrew National hot dogs. It also doles out corned beef, salami, burgers and something called the Reuben Orgasm (probably inspired by the famous scene in which Meg Ryan fakes an orgasm at Katz’s deli in Harry Met Sally).
I was blown away by the quality of the food at The Green Radish and here are a few dishes that I tried
You could see chili flakes, scallions and cilantro in the soup, and after a few spoonfuls, the emphasis was on the “hot” part of the equation. Man, this was spicy! Can’t think of a better way to warm up on this 35 degree day.
On the cemita were lettuce, tomato, mayo, cheese, beans, ancho chilies, and of course, a large portion of roast pork and onions in a spicy sauce.