After the excitement from posting about my first hit of a Sydney Food Truck – Cantina Mobil – it took me no time to hunt (or stalk rather) another established truck. Actually, it was just perfect timing that Eat Art Truck was going to be nearby work and with it being EOFY peak period at the moment why not reward myself with a treat for dinner! I must say thanks goes to @SydneyFoodTruck for their food truck location and time updates!
I roam around Queen’s Square like a stalker, just waiting for the window to open!
A menu appears in the middle of Queen’s Park. I was so sad to see some of the items had been blacked out. It would have been nice to know what was under those markings, but none the less I still had a hard time figuring out what to eat all on my lonesome.
Kingfish Ceviche $10
The cubes of fresh kingfish were tossed around with lemon juice, chilli, corriander and spanish onions. The ceviche was bedded on some home made corn chips that were super crunchy and were able to withstand the juices so did not go soggy (the best!). The crunch of the corn chips complimented the soft texture of the ceviche. It had the right levels of zing, tang, spiciness and acidity. It was seriously amazing.
Pulled Pork in a bun with mustard cabbage $12
This is what got me excited – the pulled pork (drooling right now!). Upon ordering there’s a choice of the hot sauce or barbeque (non spicy) to accompany the pulled pork – of course I go for the hot sauce. The bun has got a great outter with it being slightly crispy but not crunchy and the innards being so soft.
Now look at that sexy pulled pork smothered in a spicy barbeque sauce. In the words of Billy Law, holey guacamole! It was so so so tender and melted in your mouth. The hot sauce had a big kick and I love how it made my nose water. It paired perfectly with the mustard cabbage as it was a contrast in flavours and textures. It made my eyes roll to the back of my head. That’s saying something…. Oh and don’t share it ;)
Coconut & Jackfruit Juice $4
To finish off my meal for one, I wash it all down with freshly made coconut and jackfruit juice. I love the coconut juice as it reminded me of the young coconut drink you get so often in Cabramatta and the real jackfruit pieces really cleansed my palette. A beautiful combination.
I met both boys who man Eat Art Truck – Stuart McGill and Brenton Balicki who are both lovely and funny. Thanks for serving up a great meal and looking forward to trying everything else on the menu :)