Aren't food trucks wonderful and fun? I love food trucks, not only because they usually propose great food (for most of them) at a reasonable price considering the lower expenses they incur compared to a brick and mortar restaurant, but also because their owners have to be really creative to be different, having only a limited menu.
My last discovery has been Schnitzel & Things. Schnitzel is normally some tenderized meat that is breaded and fried. At Schnitzel & Things, they propose either pork, chicken, cod or eggplant for the vegetarians.
So I decided to try the chicken:
Quantity wise, it was of a good size. The chicken was fantastic: not greasy, it was perfectly cooked and tender. The eggplant was just ok for me: a bit tough, the breading was overcooked and it would have been maybe better if the eggplant have been cut just a little thicker.
Know that when you order, it can be a sandwich or a platter. If you order a platter, you can pick two sides. That is what I did. I tried:
- the Austrian potato salad that is Yukon gold potatoes, scallions and white wine shallot vinaigrette.
- the chick peas in a balsamic pesto vinaigrette (lots of garlic!).
- the roasted beets and feta salad, served with a white wine shallot vinaigrette. It was in fact my favorite: very refreshing, the beets pair surprisingly well with the feta.
I liked Schnitzel & Things and I am looking forward to trying some other platters!
Enjoy (I did)!
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