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4 stars by Javier J.
Sunday, January 16, 2011
I can't say that I will ever miss this truck if it's parked on the side of the road. In fact, I doubt anyone who isn't legally blind will miss it. You seriously have to give this truck points for making sure it stands out.
It's like the Liberace of the food truck scene. It's bright and colorful. I was almost certain that it was some sort of circus clown car because it does have this strange pattern and there's this lady outside of it as if she was selling tickets to the show.
What do you get here? The works! You get your options of classic American food that you expect to find straight out of the 60's. You have a lot of Mexican options. Prices are pretty comparable and all around reasonable for a plate of the size you're getting.
I tried the Irish tacos and that was surprisingly good. I mean, really really good. I've gotten to the point that I generally see the fusion trucks charging a lot for what amounts to an average taco. But this one was really good.
I suppose it should be mentioned that there's a brownie on a stick here. Why? Because it is pretty good. So if you can still see or not suffering from an epileptic seizures from the bright colors of the truck, you may want to get one of those.
Nice service and tasty food at pretty good food truck prices. Well worth stopping by to check out the menu if you see it on your foot commute.www.yelp.com
5 stars by Aleks D.
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
These ladies are fabulous! This like Ab-Fab, Friends and 30 Rock all rolled into a cast for characters that entertain you while you eat their delicious food!www.yelp.com
5 stars by Johnny D.
Saturday, January 1, 2011
ROFL Look at this truck! It's so cute! It's all colorful with the sparkly lights, neon paints, glow in the dark markers... And they have the counter outside, the couches, and the TVs with old school cartoons... You hear "José" and "O'Malley's" and the first thing that came to my mind was "Mexican and Irish? So I show up, and see this... amalgam of lights, colors, and sounds. It's like a mobile party! But they serve food!
The menu is kinda all over the place, and I couldn't exactly decide on one, so I picked the first on their menu, the Paddy's Pork Sandwich. From the outside, it looked like a normal sandwich. It came in a wrapper just like at typical fastfood restaurants. When we unwrapped it, all we saw was bread and shredded pork, which looked dry. Feeling disappointed, we quartered the sandwich so we could all try, unknowing that cutting the sandwich revealed a dark-colored spread inside. Curious, we all took that bite, leaving us with a look of bewilderment as we tried to figure out what we just bit into. First off, the pork was deceptively juicy - for as dry as it looked, it burst into juicy meatiness when we bit it. And then there was that dark-colored mysterious sauce that was not listed on the menu... Sweet, fruity, small hint of spice... But unknown to my taste buds. Questioning the chefs on the truck revealed it to be an apple-onion chutney. This made me sad that I had to split the sandwich, as I then wanted that entire sandwich for myself.
So they are capable of entertaining crowds, and making tremendous food? You can bet I will be back for sure to try the rest of their food!www.yelp.com