I was blown away by the quality of the food at The Green Radish and here are a few dishes that I tried
Call it "Pork Blood Stew" and people might not be so inclined to give it a try. Especially not off a food truck.
The latest Philly cheesesteak truck to come on the NYC scene is Carl’s Steaks. As we previously told you, they are no strangers to NYC, with 3 stands at the quintessential NYC landmark, Yankee Stadium.
New York’s history of mobile food trucks is longer than one would think; it dates back to as early as the 1600s, when New Amsterdam, now New York City, began regulating street vendors selling food from push carts.
They wanted to tell us about their list of the 101 Best Food Trucks in America 2013 that just came out, and that a NYC food truck topped the list.
One thing we don’t have in NYC is a Brazilian food truck (or cart). That’s an awfully big country not to have representation on the NYC streets. Sure, there’s Little Brazil, a block of West 46th St, but we need something like Ta Bom.
With their new title, New York à la Cart, bloggers and street-food aficionados Alexandra Penfold and Siobhan Wallace share the stories of many of the city’s popular food trucks and carts.
Neapolitan Express is the first food truck in NYC that runs on compressed natural gas, which produces almost 75% less greenhouse gas emissions than food trucks that run on gas and diesel. Very nice!
We don’t care about who owns what or who’s fighting with who. The only question we care about is if the food is good.