Little Green Cyclo housemade chile sauce Along with the food trucks, the Little Green Cyclo has started jarring their housemade marinades and dipping sauces, that can be purchased either directly from the truck or at select gourmet markets in the San Francisco area. This time I even got to meet the owners and chat with them! I wish they had a tofu option or something because their food looks good! Fleur de Sel and Kara's Carrot cupcakes from Kara's Cupcakes And now on to my second festival of the week! If you live in San Jose, I recommend the 7-11 on First and Gish. Every Wednesday 11 am — 1:30 pm The parking lot of the museum turns into a food court every Wednesday. I had seen them serve duck spring rolls many times, but this was the first tofu ones. I think their green takeout box logo is super cute too. This is why I was surprised when the gentleman manning the truck recognized me as a returning customer. Their specials, like the chè, change weekly.
Their banh mi sandwiches can also be found there. Dan suggested I get a soy vegetable sauce that comes with one of the other menu items with it instead. All of the marinades and dipping sauces are homemade and gluten free and their noodles and baquettes are sourced locally and delivered fresh daily. I was grateful for that knowledge because it allowed me time to go to another truck and pick up dinner for Kyle. Saturday mornings at the Randall Museum can bring that memory back, or create a new one for the youngsters. All this is made possible with the addition of their second truck, which debuted in September 2012.
Several food trucks serve their fresh eats at this gourmet event. The giuliano from Grilled Cheese Bandits My final food truck visit before I get into Edgewood Eats took place at yet another lunch run. It has a nice crisp exterior and pillowy interior, as a waffle should have. At the Marina Green on a sunny Saturday afternoon. I liked it because it was a hefty sized sandwich that was filled to the brim with all their organic fixings. Moveable Feast, August 13th I decided to join the longest line in the place, the one for. Instead of being every week, it is now held once a month on Tuesdays.
Tofu vermicelli from Little Green Cyclo After enjoying my meal I craved dessert, and was serving a special strawberry and raspberry shortcake. The first season aired just as I was discovering the food truck phenomenon, and this season seems bigger and better! This truck brings the finest authentic Vietnamese street food flavors to San Francisco, serving up mouth-watering banh mi, garlic noodles, rice boxes, fresh spring rolls and more! My only complaint about how the festival was set up was that the music was so loud I could barely hear my mom on the phone. It has multiple vegetarian options as opposed to most trucks which only have one or two. Quynh was a webmaster for an executive chef at Gumbo Jumbo in San Jose and Susie owned a deli in North Berkeley before becoming a senior business analyst for a tech company in New York City. I need to somehow convince Quynh to make them again.
I thought maybe after overeating during the holidays I could handle the filling dish all in one sitting. It is totally worth every bite. After browsing the I decided on the truffle oil garlic noodles with lemongrass grilled pork. One of those gatherings is Edgewood Eats in Palo Alto. It was perfectly refreshing and fun to snack on while chatting. I, however, set out on my mission and called my mom to read her menu options so I could grab food for the two of us while Dad figured out what he was going to do.
Although I am absolutely in love with the garlic noodles, my usual go-to menu item is the banh mi. Lemongrass pork bowl from The Whole Bowl The bowl looked super yummy, and my mom confirmed later on that it definitely was. Or for your convenience, just follow them on Twitter! I absolutely loved the texture of the noodle- chewy, a little firm, with some nice crispy caramelized bits. I caught up with for the second time during one of their lunch runs. I had to actually stop myself from eating the whole thing so I could have room for the other food I desired at the gathering! Part of its increasing popularity is that standing upright allows surfers to spot waves more easily and thus catch more of them, multiplying the fun factor.
They were out of the peanut sauce that comes with them, but I got a soy sauce instead that complemented the spring rolls nicely. The Little Green Cyclo Truck — Free Range Lemon Grass Grilled Pork While I was visiting the truck, I had the opportunity to try the masami free range lemongrass grilled pork with jasmine rice, lettuce, pickled carrots and daikon, cucumbers, cilantro and bean sprouts that came with a gluten-free soy sauce vinaigrette on the side. Culinary Labs, their very own custom built commercial kitchen. I did tip extra on that visit just for her trouble. We love Food Trucks and thankfully we found this little emerald — The Little Green CycloÂ Truck.
Thanks Susie and the rest of the staff at Little Green Cyclo for feeding us your amazing Vietnamese cuisine! I have visited my 98th and 99th trucks since my last post, but the 100th still looms in the future. If I were to design a wrap for a food truck myself it would likely look very similar to that. Strawberry and raspberry shortcake from Treatbot I know it was a special, but I still hope Treatbot serves it again! Once again, my boyfriend Kyle and I made a cameo on the latest. I have a little confession here too. You start by walking inside the truck, picking out what you want from the dishes available, and then when you are done, you go outside and pay. The peanut butter crunch they put on top of the pudding was definitely the best part, and the next day when I shared with my mom she concurred.
My mom decided on a lemongrass pork bowl from. I could hardly wait for the garlic noodles to be ready. Not as many new ones seem to be popping up now that the summer has ended and the cold weather is rolling in. I decided not to take a photo of the butterscotch brownie since my readers are probably sick of hearing me rave about how great those are. Dan ordered his meal after me and got it and ate it in the time it took them to bring my order up. There is no fixed cost, since you pick out how much you want, you pay by pound with the measuring device outside.