By Paul Stephen | StarNewsOnline.com
An invigorated Sunny Singh springs up the steps of his new food truck Wednesday afternoon. In the coming days, he’ll have all the necessary permits in hand to take his longtime Wilmington restaurant India Mahal mobile.
Joining a growing legion of successful brick-and-morter restauranteurs who have embraced the food truck craze as a way to grow their business, Singh sees the new wheels as a chance to better serve the curry-loving community. He says the truck will be deployed to events, private catering in addition to parking on the curb for walkup service.
Able to prepare two or three entree dishes at a time, Singh says fans of his existing eatery will find the offerings familiar.
He’s not limiting the truck’s range to Wilmington either. “We can use it for anything,” he says. “We’re planning to go to Southport one day a week, Castle Hayne, small towns that can’t support an Indian restaurant.”
To follow the truck’s path through the region, Singh says the restaurant’s Facebook page is the best bet, or to book him for a catering event call (910) 799-2089.