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I was told this resturaunt is basically food from food trucks all around the world. is this true?

over a year ago Answer

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Haverhill, Massachusetts
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I have heard that on dinners and Dive TV show. Eating and seeing the rest of the menu it seems that way. All I know it's a fantastic place for a drink and sexual exotic food truck eats.

over a year ago
Stockton, New Jersey
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Not sure but wouldn't surprise me. From several places around the world, but not from all over. Also, was OK, but not great. It you want Vietnamese, a Vietnamese restaurant would be better...the same for the other cuisines. One visit was sufficient.

over a year ago
East Rockaway, New York
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Name is deceiving, they serve a wide range of international food but not necessarily what I would call street food. Had a Vietnamese sandwich and a Gyro. Both were okay but certainly not the best I ever had. Also it is there version of the sandwich or meal you could get better if you went to a Vietnamese, Korean, Middle eastern or Mexican restaurant.

over a year ago
Fredericksburg
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I believe you are correct. The way it was explained to me is that they serve street food from many different countries and most that I have tried us truly delicious.

over a year ago
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
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This is definitely the food you might get off a cart at a street market. Must have bibimbap!

over a year ago
New Hampshire
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The theme is "street food" so yeah, the kind of food you would get at a food truck, i.e. not fancy or fussy. Think sandwiches, salads, and noodle bowls. As far as around the world...the influences are pretty heavily Mexican, Vietnamese and Korean. Yummy stuff, Tammy, yummy stuff.

over a year ago
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