Yes, yes I’m probably one of the last ones to try this truck. But the last time I saw it, the line was super crazy long, so will you forgive me?
So I spotted the Nom Nom Truck at the SouthBay Food Fest with a fairly short line, so I had to go for it.
As much as I wanted to try the Banh Mi & compare it to the one I had at the Eat Phamish truck, I had to pace myself since I was sampling several trucks that day.
So I went with the next best thing, a lemongrass chicken taco. I found the seasonings on the chicken to be a tad spicy, so the refreshing and tart lemongrass helped to cut through that. It was a good balance. The veggies were crunchy and the chicken was tender and juicy. A perfect taco.
To wash it down, I ordered the watermelon basil lemonade. It really quenched my thirst on a sunny afternoon.The sweet watermelon really stood out more than the lemon flavor, but that was a good thing! The basil added a nice peppery, and sweet aftertaste.
I hope I see the Nom Nom Truck again soon. I’d like to try their Banh Mi once & for all.
What are your favorite food trucks?