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Independent George wrote:Should I give up, or are there any trucks out there which actually give a decent value? Haute Sausage parks near my office all the time - is it worth the $7 price tag?
zoid wrote:It's pretty good, not great and you certainly won't be stuffed with just one. The sausages are about the size of a standard hotdog. They sell 1/2 portions they call shorties - I'd at least get a full sausage plus a shortie (and I'm not a real big eater).
AdmVinyl wrote:Lillie's Q now has their truck operating and is currently parking it in a parking lot at 28 N Franklin (west side, bet. Washington and Madison) for the next couple of weeks. Pulled pork or pulled chicken sandwich, choice of a sauce, and choice of slaw or baked beans, $10 including the tax.
Something they got right that is a problem for many trucks: they do not have the meat already on the bun -- the bun is saran-wrapped and the meat comes separately in a plastic tub to assemble yourself (or to ignore the bun entirely if you don't want the bun). This avoids the soggy bread issue that a fair number of food trucks seem to have.
Rene G wrote:Ursiform wrote:Another food truck on the way, this one serving Pasties:
http://www3.timeoutny.com/chicago/blog/ ... ort-pasty/
They can be followed on Twitter @bridgeportpasty
One day at the end of December I was hanging around in Bridgeport and lucked into meeting Jay and Carrie, owners of Bridgeport Pasty Co. I got to sample a test batch of pasties and thought they were very good. The big chunks of beef and butter crust impressed me. I look forward to following the progress of the Pastymobile. From what I understand they will have no storefront but their pasties may be available in local coffee shops etc.
Bridgeport Pasty Company
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bridgepor ... 5156766933