This is a great food truck, that's hardly known. Now it's definitely a hole-in-the truck kind of place. Rather unassuming white trailer that you wouldn't even know served food if it wasn't for the mesmerizing scent coming from the place. The proprietors are a husband and wife combo, with the husband grilling up delights and the wife having prepared the multitude of sauces they prepared. I had the falafel wrap, which at $5 was a steal. It included a nicely grilled wrap of some sort (perhaps some sort of flatbread or tortilla, it was slightly thicker than a tortilla which causes my uncertainty for what it was). Inside was a generous helping of falafel, grilled onions, roated red bell peppers, and some sort of delicious white sauce, all topped with shredded iceberg lettuce (my only qualm was that it was a bit much lettuce for my taste, but don't let that dismay you). I also sampled the hummus plate they had, as well as the tater tots. Both were rather excellent from what I had, and left me wanting more of each. Now if you see these guys hanging out on the sidewalk somewhere, (I had their food as they were hanging outside the Urban Outfitters on High St.), I would highly suggest sampling their wares. They were cool enough to partner with Urban Outfitters and offer $1 off your meal if you showed a receipt from there. They also had V-8 Fusion as a drink option, which was great (and only $1, so with the receipt discount, free!). I will definitely eat there again given the chance, and the husband of the duo ( his name escapes me, for which I feel terrible), described the full menu they would offer sometimes (mesquite grilled chicken, a spicy chicken flatbread sandwich with red-pepper basil pesto and fresh mozzarella amongst other things). That's something I'm excited to try in the future. Don't place this place up!
Shabby R. on Apr 18, 2013