This year has moved my office to a busier location, which comes with a perk: lunch trucks!
Now that I’m amidst a collection of tall buildings, full of hungry workers, there’s a sustainable audience for a food truck to pull in (almost) every day. I usually pack leftovers in an effort to keep within a frugal budget (saving for the Big Day #2 now!) but today I was without my zippy car and fresh out of frozen delectables. Gibronis was still parked outside when I managed to decouple myself from my desk in search of food.
An interesting wood exterior and hand-painted design of a Spanish sugar skull adorned with various fruits and veggies greeted me. Unlike most food trucks, you enter the rear via wood stairs and place your order at the window. The walls inside are just as, if not more, exciting and colorful than the exterior!
I took the first item on the menu. The Texitalican. With two sides and a pop, with tax it was just over $16. It certainly had a good amount of pulled pork. I had to disassemble the sandwich a bit to fit it in my mouth (huge roll!) The extra stuff was enjoyed with a fork, along with the side salads.
Would I go back again? Maybe. I would try something that isn’t a sandwich next time though.