I hit up Moveable Feast at their usual Saturday location over near Garden City in San Jose. It was a lovely sunny day. I had heard that a new truck would be there so decided to check it out.
By the time I got there, a line about 10 deep was already waiting to order.
As with any good truck, they had some cleverly named menu items. Since I wasn’t feeling like eating anything too heavy, I opted for the pulled pork sandwich.
The bread was lightly toasted and the pulled pork was buried under the Cole slaw. Everything was pretty tasty. Some may consider the portion small but since I didn’t want to stuff myself it was just right for me.
By the time I was done eating the line for ordering was a pretty long L. Glad I got there early! Kudos to them for a good turnout.
I finally got a chance to try out the EatOnMonday truck last Thursday as it was over at Raytheon. Gotta appreciate how serious the folks at Raytheon are about their food trucks. They actually have dedicated traffic cones to block off parking spaces for food trucks in their parking lot.
Glad we got to the truck close to 11:30am as the line soon got pretty long.
Their menu looks geared towards burgers and an intriguing chicken sandwich called the UFC club.
I opted for the UFC club. Who can resist the promise of bacon?
I also got some of their homemade chips. It was a delicious sandwich and the chips were good too. I’ll have to check them out again some time.
Le Bon Cuisine rolled through my neighborhood the other day so had to get their garlic noodles again. So tasty! The sprinkle bacon over their noodles. How can that not be good?? Dragged along a coworker to introduce him to the world of food trucks.
It was a bit of a rainy day at lunch, but I couldn’t resist checking out the House of Siam on Wheels (@hosonwheels) truck that was in the neighborhood.
I ended up getting the Thai chicken basil. It was really tasty! Not greasy like some places do it. I’ll definitely be checking them out again some time.
The Louisiana Territory @LATCajunCookin truck finally made it around my neck of the woods for lunch so made the trek out to it.
It’s certainly a festive truck! They had a few tables set up with extra condiments and they actually had a “waiter” standing at the front of the truck to take your order instead of you ordering through the little window. They had some nice tunes playing to add to the atmosphere. A pretty nice setup.
I opted to get the shrimp and sausage creole. It definitely had a bit of spice to it and some nice flavor.
I saw Kalbi BBQ pop up on Twitter (@BBQKALBI) indicating they would be nearby so decided to check them out. I got their spicy pollo (chicken for you English speakers) burrito.
They had a “condiment” table set up next to the truck. I thought that was a nice touch.
For the past month or so I’ve been on a gourmet food truck kick. It’sbeen a fun way to spice up my usual lunch time fare. I’ve been taking pictures of the food and trucks so I should probably share them with the world. Good eats!
Maybe I’ll start posting something here soon.