Kurbside Eatz choose to park it in the Galleria area on Fridays & I was able to pay them an overdue visit.
Their food is Korean/American fusion. And by American, I mean fast food truck style food. Philly Beef Egg rolls, Korean beef & kimchi loaded fries, a curry burger, tacos on paratha bread & such are their fare. I realize this kind of Korean fusion may not appeal to culinary purists, but that's not their target customer. They are offering a typical fast food customer an alternative with the comfort of fast food mixed with typical Korean/pan-Asian fare.
So I decided to go with the Kurbside Fries & the Taco Belly. And now here are your food blueprints:
Seasoned Fries topped with
Melted Cheese, Asian marinated Ribeye,
Kimchi, shreddd jack and sharp cheeses,
Creamy cilantro, spicy mayo
Crispy Taco Belly:
Cooked seasoned pork belly slices,
Served in paratha with kimchi, fresh lettuce,
shredded sharp and jack cheeses,
creamy cilantro, spicy mayo, fresh cilantro
Loaded fries are always good--chili cheese or Poutine are favorites of
Mine. Those fries loaded with Korean Beef, Kimchi, cilantro & sauce were amazing! Slightly spicy, very meaty, full of savory sour & sweet starchy goodness. I enjoyed them tremendously. The only thing I would change if I were the chef would be to use spicier Kimchi with more garlic. Still I really enjoyed these fries.
The taco belly had thick slices of pork belly on a naan style bread with kimchi veggies & sauce, with a lime wedge. Again more sweet pork goodness mixed with the bitter spicy and sour accents of Korean food. Again I'd like spicier kimchi but that's just me.
|Nancy Luong Chiang and Jerry Jan cooking it up in the food truck!|
The Foodie Professor's Report Card for
Kurbside Fries: A-
Taco Belly: A+
Overall Grade: A
Log onto KurbsideEatz Facebook page for locations & times! Also check out this video of them from CW 39's NewsFix:
Zao an, Y'all!