Foo Truck Makes Its Debut

The Foo Truck (no relation to Foobooz) debuted in Garden Variety at 2nd and Poplar last Monday. The truck will operate at the location weekdays between 5 and 10 p.m. Expect “pocket rolls,” an Asian inspired wrap stuffed with everything from scrambled eggs to honey-roasted pork. This week’s special is grilled lemongrass chicken served with carrots and daikon slaw.

Also look for the colorful truck late-night on weekends outside Kung Fu Necktie.

Foo Truck [Official Site]

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  • Walked by last night (it’s conveniently next to my yoga studio) and saw that everything was $5, including a grilled tofu option. At first I thought it was a Foobooz truck.

  • Tex

    What are “scrambled edggs”? Sounds interesting.

  • Is there a food truck mapspreadsheetinfographic? Or a blog devoted entirely to the fad?

  • Matt in Nolibs

    Tried this truck the other day after a little weeknight boozing at the Keep. I had a flank steak pocket with rice. It might have been the booze, but I thought it was pretty darn good. And yes, it was $5 and pretty filling. Win Win!

  • Foo

    Tex – The Foo scrambled eggs and tomatoes is a national Taiwanese dish. Come by and check out how we turned it into Asian “street” food! Only $5. Brown Rice – Add .50