We’ve been to Korilla a bunch of times, and tried all their meats, but had never tried their tofu.
There is always a generic halal cart on 47th St west of 6th Ave, but we recently noticed the Bhabi cart. Bhabi has a similar menu to Biryani Cart, one block south.
I started our food truck in 2010, I cyber-stalked food trucks on the West Coast and in New York City to find out how they were using Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare.
Zocchi plans on sticking it out through the cold season. He'll be serving up breakfast and lunch, including his homemade chicken soup, throughout the winter months.
We were over by the NY Public Library, where they have 1 food truck parked every weekday on the grounds of the library as part of the Lunch Hour NYC exhibit.
Gorilla Cheese was the 1st grilled cheese truck in NYC, hitting the street back in May 2011. That makes them middle aged in food truck years.
Seoul Food may not have been the first Korean food truck in NYC, but since they hit the street a little over a year ago, they have become a stalwart of the scene.
Dates for the 2013 Food Film Festivals have been announced…but first they need some films to show.
Halal food carts are a city staple, featuring authentic eats for cheap. There are plenty of carts on the streets of New York, but where can you find the highest quality meals? We narrowed it down for you – here are the best bets for a quality food cart lunch or dinner.
I can safely say without bias (ok, maybe there’s a little bias) that the New York City dining experience is a glorious, glorious thing. It’s all about flavor, variety and catering to a city of people who, native or visiting, are always on the go. Enter the food truck.