Food Truck Fridays: Biryani Park

I’m back with another installment of Food Truck Fridays, my sporadic Friday series about meals on wheels around the Bean.  Up this time around: Biryani Park, an Indo-Lankan food truck with an enormous menu.  The food was tasty, if a little spicy for my liking (I’m a huge wimp and can’t do spicy food).  A huge plus was the Mango Lassi, one of my favorite treats.  Kelsee had the Chicken Biryani (spicy baked chicken and rice with raita) and I had the Chicken String Hopper (curried chicken and vegetables cooked with red rice noodles).  Definitely worth a visit, especially if you like spicy dishes!
Mango Lassi
Kels w Biryani
Chicken String Hopper Biryani
Chicken Biryani

Food Truck Fridays: Fugu Foods

Cold Noodles with Sesame Dressing and Spiced Chicken

I thought it would be fun to occasionally post about some of the great Food Trucks in Boston.  There are so many awesome options so on the occasional Friday in the future, I’ll be cataloging my favorites.  First up is Fugu, an authentic Asian street food truck. (holy alliteration…so many f’s)

Noodles, Spiced Chicken, Carrots, Cucumbers, Sesame Dressing

When I visited Fugu I had the braised pork belly steamed buns, and a cold noodle salad with sesame sauce and spiced chicken.  The food was delicious; great flavors and really colorful dishes.  But the best part was that everything tasted so fresh.  The veggies were crisp and tasty, and the pork buns had clearly just been made.

Braised Pork Belly with Steamed Buns

Here’s a link to their site!  The truck moves around, and the menu changes…but if it’s ever in your area it’s worth a trip!