Tagged with Midtown

Pulled Pork Waffle from Wafels & Dinges

The Wafels & Dinges Truck has been a favorite New York food truck of mine since I first noticed their iconic yellow trucks and carts. I’m not a huge fan of desserts, but something about the way the truck seems to care about its city got my attention. Wafels always sets up a garbage can … Continue reading

Food Truck Lunch from the Fishing Shrimp

The Fishing Shrimp Truck always seems to be just out reach for lunch, and I had almost given up on ever eating from this truck when I spied it in Midtown on a Wednesday. Fishing Shrimp is usually in Brooklyn, and they stand apart from most other food trucks with their iconic blue truck, and … Continue reading

Bongo Brothers: New York’s Cuban Food Truck

For lunch today I tried New York City’s Cuban food truck, Bongo Brothers, looking for the perfect meal for a hot summer day. This truck usually operates downtown or in the West Village during lunch time, but they ventured to Midtown twice this week.  Bongo Brothers first caught my attention with their dreamy truck design, … Continue reading

Comme Ci Comme Ca Revisited

It’s been a while since I’ve eaten from Comme Ci Comme Ca (also known as Chef Samir Truck), and after having a positive experience the first time there I decided to go back for seconds. For those who do not know, Comme Ci Comme Ca is a Mediterranean food truck that roams Midtown and the … Continue reading

Authentic Jamaican Food from Jerk Pan

After weeks of seeing the popular Jamaican food truck Jerk Pan parked on 48th Street and Park Avenue, I decided to see if the large crowds had it right, and Jerk Pan really is as good as it seems. The truck has an expansive menu with entrees, sides and drinks all in different sizes. By … Continue reading