Banana Chocolate Chip @ That Cheesecake Food Truck
Cheesecake on a stick from one of the best nomnoms for lunch from DC food truck. Probably one of the perfect food truck desserts, especially for those who eat it on the go. They serve it in a cup, and the lid serves as your guard to keep your cute outfit clean. It’s a no-hassle perfect food truck nomnom. Perfectly refreshing sweetness to enjoy on a hot day. Loving the hard thick chocolate on the outside and soft inside. First, bite in, and you can really taste the banana flavor, not too strong as to overpower everything, and yet still come through when biting through that hard, super chocolaty exterior. It really doesn’t taste like a food truck, more like eating at a high-end restaurant. It’s a big piece of cheesecake, and I thought about sharing but then realize I want it all to myself. Make sure to try this even if you are already full, and it’s worth overeating.
Tasting some tapas on wheals for lunch from one of DC’s Spanish food trucks. Thinking it’s tapas, I was surprised with the portion, which is a good surprise since tapas are too expensive and too small. Not enough to fill up multiple friends, but enough to share so you can try other nomnom tapas. Nice layer of crispy shrimp with a sweet smokey red sauce on top of garlic fries. Shrimp was very light and not overly too breaded, so you can still taste the original flavors, but at the time seem a bit bland. Fries were not as garlicky as we hoped for, more of regular fries, really. Be careful. It’s hot. They serve it quickly and fresh.
We are all about fusion noms and excited to try Asian Hispanic fusion burrito for lunch from one of DC’s food trucks. I love Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich but never had it in a burrito form, so you know what that means. I just had to order it. It was so good that I couldn’t stop eating. One more bite, one more bite, I kept telling myself. Every ingredient blended so well and complimented each other. Pork and sauce what truly won this dish high NOMs, soft and flavorful. But they couldn’t do it alone. Everything about this dish was just right. Even tortilla wrap was excellent, and it had just the right amount of flavor and texture—great job on wrapping everything into one burrito. The whole thing stayed together and didn’t fall apart—good use of sticky rice.