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Miami Food Trucks [1/28/2012 Update]

In the past year there has been an explosion of the number of "gourmet" food trucks in South Florida, following the trend in Los Angeles and New York City.  (I am including trucks, trailers and at least one little three-wheeled vehicle, and one gourmet cart)    Most of these are in different places at different times and dates.  One finds them by means of Twitter or Facebook or going to http://www.Burgerbeast.com.
 
I posted an informal review of one of the first of them, Latin Burger and Taco.
 

 
Here's the review thread:
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=584078
 
 
LATIN HOUSE GRILL

 
Latin House Grill is owned and operated by Michell "Chef M" Sanchez and his family.  The regular menu consists of what I think of as "latin-american fusion" fare based on filled tortillas in various forms, burgers and various sides, specialty items and desserts.  There are three house-specialty sauces used on many of the items.  They are mango-habanero, ghost pepper (hot!) and avocado-lime, in addition to the more common latin "crema" sauce.

Chef M wearing a Burgerbeast.com tee shirt:

 
Latin House Grill Menu:

 
I have had one of the wild, custom-made burgers, a slider, a quesadilla and various tacos.  I recommend all of them!
 
Here is a ChimiBurrito being prepared:
 
Two Cheeses on top of Carne Asada "Vacio" style

 
Skilled Hands Folding the Tortilla

 
Finished ChimiBurrito

 
I had a Mad Love Burger, and watched a couple being prepared:
 
Pico de Gallo Placed on top of Grilled Cheeseburger with Grilled Onions

 
I believe that one had crema and ghost pepper sauces.

Finished Mad Love Burger


 
Mad Love Burger with Curly Fries Pittsburgh-Style!


Latin House Grill will prepare your hamburger grilled to your liking, unlike some places.  Here is one that was ordered extra-rare:
 
Extra-Rare Mad Love Burger:

 
 
This is a grilled ribeye taco with pico de gallo, mango-habanero sauce, crema and avocado sauce:
 
Ribye Taco

The menu is more limited at lunchtimes.  Some days there are various combination box specials.  The day that I had one, the special was a slider, a quesadilla, a chicken taco, a beef taco, "wheelies" and a soda for $10.
 
The slider that day had melted, smoked cheddar cheese, bacon and mango-habanero sauce on a mini-brioche bun.  It came well-done (as is often the case with mini burgers or sliders).  The quesadilla had, I believe, seasoned grilled ribye steak with swiss, mozzarella and provolone cheeses.  It was very good.  One taco was filled with carne asada (marinated and grilled skirt steak), and the other had cilantro and onion marinated and grilled chicken.  I went with the Chef M's choices of sauces, and pico de gallo salsa was served on the side (not shown in the photo).  The "Wheelies" are a crunchy upgrade from the more common potato chip served elsewhere. I am not sure what they are made from, other than that Chef M jokingly referred to them as "vegetarian chicharrones" (cracklings).  They were quite tasty.
 
$10 Combo Lunch Special of the Day

 
 
I enjoyed everything I had on a couple of visits to Latin House Grill, and plan to try more menu items in the future.

In Little Havana there is a small, stand-up-dining-only, family-run seafood restaurant called La Cameronera.  It is famous for their fried shrimp, fish sandwiches and other specialties, and was on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.  One of the restaurant family members, David Garcia, has created a food truck called the Fish Box, cooking up several of the restaurant's specialties around town.
 
Fish Box

 
David Garcia serving in the truck:

These are the house-specialty fried shrimp, along with house-made cocktail and tartar sauces:

 
 
These were very good.  They were perfectly cooked, with a crispy coating coating tender, briny shrimp.  The shrimp are dipped in a house-specialty "red" marinade before frying, as is the lobster when available.

I also had a Miami Cuban specialty, the "minuta" fish sandwich.  These are various catch-of-the-day small fish (I believe usually snapper of some sort), boned and butterflied leaving the tail on, breaded and deep-fried and served on a cuban bread roll.  The minuta gets a "yellow" dip, different from the one used for the shrimp.
 
Minuta

The default serving of the Minuta at the Fish Box is with tartar sauce, ketchup and chopped onions.  The tartar sauce is a bit more acidic (tart) than the average.  They will, of course, serve with any combination of the sauces and onions that you request.  I went with the trio, as I wanted to try it "authentic-style."
 
Open Minuta

I wasn't expecting originally expecting the onions and two sauces, but the sandwich was good.  As was expected, since the family has their own fishing boats, the fish tasted as fresh as can be, and was perfectly fried.

On another occasion I had an off-menu item, a lobster nugget sandwich.
 
Lobster Nuggets and Tostones

The deep-fried lobster nuggets were served on a cuban bread roll with a house-made "pink" sauce, which is the house tartar sauce with something red and spicy added (my guess is sriracha sauce).  I bought the off-menu tostones on the side.  Tostones are chunks of green plantains that are fried, smashed and then fried again.  The result is crispy on the outside, and creamy on the inside.  These were the best I have ever had!  The lobster was tender and fresh-tasting.  I feel that the pink sauce is too assertive for the mild lobster, mainly because of the acidity of the tartar-sauce base, but I did enjoy the sandwich, and recommend it if it is available.
 
Just yesterday, I had a chance to taste the Catch-of-the-Day Fish Sandwich, which was what we call "dolphin" down here, but which the rest of the country now knows by the hawaiian name, mahi-mahi.  This was a nice piece of a filet, and was very fresh-tasting.  If you like dolphin, you'll love it.  It is served on a cuban-bread roll, and like the minuta, the condiments are tartar sauce,  ketchup and raw chopped onions.  I'd like to try this with the pink sauce some time.
 
Catch-of-the-day Fish Sandwich

 
The same dolphin was used for these fish fingers, which are made with the plain breading (very light).  They were fresh and tender, too.
 
Fish Fingers

 
 
I got a chance to finally try something I've read about, "bollitos" (bollos in Key West).  They are black-eyed pea fritters.  They are crunchy on the outside, and soft on the inside.  I found them to be a bit bland by themselves, but good dipped in cocktail sauce, ketchup or the "pink sauce".  Think of them as cuban hushpuppies.
 
Bollitos

 
 

 
 
I've caught up twice with the Ms. Cheezious truck, which is all things grilled cheese.

 
It is the creation of Brian Mullins, shown here handling a customer at the "office."
 
Brian Mullins

 


 
 
We've had five of the sandwiches.  Four were the named combinations from the menu.
 
The Italian

 
This is "provolone, red and yellow tomato and cream cheese on country white bread" on the menu, but I think I had basil in mine, which was quite good.  I was a little surprised at cream cheese in it when I read the menu, but it added a creaminess that worked well.

Grilled Harvest

 
"Spiced apples and havarti cheese on multi-grain bread."  I substituted white bread.  This was great.  It could be a dessert, and would probably work with the shaved ham on the menu, also.

Crabby Cheese Melt

 
Crab salad with sharp cheddar; I substituted the multi-grain bread.  The fresh crab salad was great, and went well with the cheese.

Goat Cheese & Prosciutto

 
"Goat cheese, prosciutto, tomato and arugula on marble rye bread."  The salty-creamy-tart cheese went well with the prosciutto, and the arugula added a bitter-greens counterpoint.

Swiss & Gruyere on Country White Bread

 
This was my own creation, close to a conventional diner grilled cheese sandwich.  The two cheeses were a good combination, and it was perfectly grilled.

Sweet Potato Fries

 
The only side I got was the sweet potato fries.  They are frozen sweet potato fries, but were crispy and good.
 
[MORE TO COME...] 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
post edited by MiamiDon - 2012/01/28 11:06:58
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2010/12/29 14:40:41 (permalink)
    WOW!!!
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2010/12/29 14:45:29 (permalink)
    What a great idea...wish he was around here!
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2010/12/29 14:54:06 (permalink)
     
    Hey Don.  Superb work.
     
    I'll follow you around Miami any time.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2010/12/30 09:51:18 (permalink)
    Beautiful photos and report MD!  The crabby cheese melt is the one I will be dreaming about all day!
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2010/12/30 11:27:45 (permalink)
    Great work, Don.
    Food trucks are everywhere around the Los Angeles area.  I've yet to stop at one, but somewhere I read that a lobster roll truck will be riding the streets of LA.
     
      I'll stop for that one and even make an illegal U-Turn if I see it.  I don't think that's the right way to introduce myself to a lobster roll but it may be better than nothing. 
     
    There are so many trucks around here that now some landlords of empty land are letting (leasing???) the lots so that some of the trucks have static locations.
     
    Reminds me of Animal House in a weird way.
    post edited by mar52 - 2010/12/30 11:35:56
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2010/12/30 11:37:55 (permalink)
    Don, Great job on the pictures, the food looks great.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2010/12/30 14:01:05 (permalink)
    Great review and pic Don.  I happened to have caugth the Burger Beasts review of Latin Burger before my last trip but they were on the othe rside of town the day I was in Miami.   Will look for Fishbox next time through too.
     
    If you're driving up to FLL, there's a great Q truck off west Sunrise.  Deep South BBQ .  The address is still 3107 W Sunrise Blvd, but you hang a right on NW 31st Ave at the gas station and head up about a block and a half.  The truck is kinda hidden, parke din a empty lot on your left. Look for a Garlic Crab walk board (they're branching into conch and crab).  Huge plate of ribs. Excellent mac ncheese. And an extra  large drink cup full of homemade banana pudding. Easy on the wallet. 
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/01 04:21:09 (permalink)
     
    Miami Don - 
     
    Great review!   Makes me hungry!    We went to several food trucks in Miami a few weeks ago.  We ate at a few at the "food truck court" at 65th and Bird Rd. 
     
    So far, we have tried Latin Burger & Taco, CheeseMe (gourmet grilled cheese), Nacho Mama's Mexican, Miso Hungry (Far East Asian - Orient), and Dolci Peccati Gelato. 
     
    All were very good except Latin Burger and Taco.  Our mistake with Latin burger and Taco was that we ordered tacos, and later found out that the latin burgers (fritas) are really the thing to get there.   We'll give Latin Burger & Taco truck another try, and order latin burgers (fritas) next time.  
    When we got the tacos, we got the combo of the 3 different tacos.   We didn't like the tacos because they were mostly filled with what I would call "goop".    There was almost no solid pieces of pork/chicken, etc. in them.    It was mostly mushy guacamole, with a minor sprinkling of finely shredded meat.  Latin Burger and Taco seems to really like to put lots of guacamole on every kind of taco.   They look much better in the photos in your previous review.  Maybe we got a different cook that day?   
     
    Have you been to the Biscayne Triangle and Truck Round-Up (BTTR) at  Biscyne and 109th?  (Details on Burgerbeast's website).     That truck gathering is supposed to be huge.  We'll be back in Miami in late January, and might head there.            
    Glenn
     
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/01 17:56:12 (permalink)
    Dayum son!  To quote Hank Hill, sister, get me my keys.  Those are some incredible pictures.  Now I really want a fish sandwich with the tail sticking out. :)
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/01 22:19:38 (permalink)
    Thanks for this recap, Don!  Great pics, menus and narrative.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/02 09:08:07 (permalink)
    Wow, those trucks don't look anything like the ones I used to go to in Philly! 
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/02 11:17:10 (permalink)
    Thanks for the report Don.
     
    It's like getting a chef prepared, gourmet meal at a fraction of the B & M cost.  Nothing even close to these "kitchens on wheels" in my area, but my daughter found an excellent taco truck in Arlington.  It's on my list for my next visit.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/04 15:48:30 (permalink)
    To add to this report, my site (Mobile Cuisine Magazine) ran a poll nationwide to get our readers to vote on what they considered to be the Punniest Food Truck Name. After 17k votes in less than a month, another Miami Food Truck won the reader's poll. Miso Hungry edged out Ms Cheezious by a couple thousand votes, but these two trucks out of Miami were far and away the largest vote getters.
     
    -MC
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/04 20:37:37 (permalink)
    Not sure where the concept of "Food Trucks" originated, but many a Cornell student has enjoyed a late night feast from Johnny's Hot Truck...a fixture for over 50 years on Cornell's west campus.  Bob Petrillose, the long-time propietor, passed away a few years ago, but the tradition lives on. 

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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/04 22:59:57 (permalink)
    All of that looked great, I want a Mad Love burger. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/05 10:59:21 (permalink)
    Thanks for the kind words, all.
     
    For those of you who may be in South Florida and want to track down some gourmet food trucks, there is another way for those who don't do Twitter/Facebook.  The food blogger Burger Beast, at http://www.burgerbeast.com makes an effort to list the locations for a majority of the trucks daily.  They can change their minds, break down, etc, but the site is fairly reliable.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/05 13:41:02 (permalink)
    What a great report!  About 35 years ago we had a foodtruck come by our business around noon and everyone loved it!  So glad to have them back and with updated cuisine. I wanted to address the little wheel question:
    Duros or also known as duritos, durros, pasta para durito

    Duros are a Latino snack made of wheat flour and look a bit like a very hard pasta. The traditional shape is a rectangle with grooves but wagon wheel shapes are common too. Typically the duros are deep fried but they can also be microwaved. The prepared duros puff up then can be dipped in salsa or sprinkled with chile lime salt.

    When the kids were little they loved to watch them blow up in the microwave - and then eat them like popcorn.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/05 17:18:07 (permalink)
    Wannabchef described Duros very nicely. I get them here in the Hispanic Markets. http://www.prosranch.com/
    About the only way I know to describe them would be they're kinda like a cheese puff without the cheese or a thinner, softer pork rind. Anyway, they're addictive and a good snack!
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/18 16:06:30 (permalink)
    Dim Ssam a Go Go
    Another local restaurant that operates a gourmet food truck in Miami is Sakaya Kitchen. 
     


    It's worth looking at the other side of the truck to see the wild paint job without the serving window open.
     


    I read in an interview that Chef Hale hates the term "fusion", but the restaurant business card reads, "Solid Asian Funk Fusion."  There certainly is a korean influence, as evidenced by the labels kalbi, bulgogi etc. on some items.

     
    Menu of the Day

     
    I chose the Korean Fried Chicken Wings, the Popcorn Shrimp Spicy Soft Tacos and the Kalbi Short Rib Soft Tacos.  I also got Wife Hales' Giant Cookie, but didn't take a photograph of it.  My wife recalls that it was very good, and maybe had peanut butter and chocolate.  It didn't last long!

    Korean Fried Chicken Wings
     
     
    These were seriously good.  They weren't cloyingly sweet, and I think I tasted chinese 5-spice powder or something similar in the seasoning. 
     
     

    Popcorn Shrimp Spicy Soft Tacos
     
     
     
    Kalbi Short Ribs Soft Tacos

    These were both very good, but if I had to choose one, it would be the shrimp taco.  The seasonings, sauce, shrimp and cilantro seemed to be a match made in heaven.  The cook went wild with the red sauce on the short rib tacos, making it a six-napkin meal, but the flavor was worth the mess!
     
     
    On another visit, the menu was slightly different, and I got a chance to ask about some of the sauces.
     
     
     
    This is the mother sauce for some of the other offerings:

     
    Ssamjang is a korean sauce or paste made from soybeans, chilies, onions garlic and sesame oil.
     
     
    KUROBUTA PORK BELLY "BAO" BUNS


    Bao are various kinds of chinese steamed buns.  Here the technique is used to make a soft roll of sorts, making a little sandwich for the pork belly.  The sauce here is their "sweet" hot sauce, based on the ssamjang.  These were sinfully good, with the rich pork belly perfectly cooked. Kurobuta pork is to common pork what Kobe beef is to regular beef, more tender, flavorful and fatty.

    KIMCHI EGG ROLLS WITH HOT GINGER SAUCE


    If you like kimchi (and I do), you'll love the crisp little snacks.  They are tart, spicy, garlicky and crunchy.
     
     
    CRACKLIN DUCK HERB SANDWICH

     
     
    Crispy, tasty duck skin with cilantro and parsley with spicy mayo (mayo plus ssamjang).
     
    I noticed that they sell special sodas, including the Boylan brand I have read about here:

     
    Not on the menu boad above, but listed on a paper menu taped to the truck, was the house version of tater tots!
     
    SHORT RIB CHUNK'D CHEESEY SPICY TATER TOTS

     
    Freshly-fried tater tots with lean, tender, juicy, flavorful strips of beef on top, sprinkled with scallions and sauce.  I don't recall noticing any cheese, but this was delicious.  I also would have guessed it was skirt steak.  Another diner who is suspicious of asian foods delighted in it, too.
     


    Tacos, taquitos, burgers and fries are the real deal at Jefe's truck.  The menu gives a detailed description of the items offered.
     

    The Ensenada (Baja California) fish taco is in line with the Southern California theme of the truck and food.  If you look at the truck photo above, you can see a stylized surf board.  The cheeseburger offerings certainly are remeniscent of In 'n Out, what with the Double-Double and the ingredients.
     
    Carnitas Taco & Fish Taco


    Taquitos with Tomatos & Guacamole, House-made Chili Salsa on the side:

     
    Note the stripe of crema between the tomatos and the guacamole to make the mexican flag, and the traditional-in-Ensenada grilled scallion!

    A special shout-out for the fries, which are hand cut from fresh potatos.  These are the best traditional fries I've had from any of the SoFla food trucks (some have non-traditional fried-potato offerings).

     
      If I had to choose, the fish taco is my favorite, with fresh-tasting fish, expertly fried, and very fresh accompaniments.  The carnitas and taquitos are good, although very mildly flavored by my taste.  Salsas are available to raise the heat level.  The guacamole was fresh and tasty.
     
    Owner Jack patiently eliciting an order from a customer:


    On another visit, I got to try the Double-Double, Miami-Style

    Big, hot, fresh and juicy, this was everything that a California-style double-cheeseburger should be.  Recommended!
     
     
     
    These wildly-painted, fun food trucks have become so popular that event organizers have rounded them up to provide food.  Also, the Miami Herald, Burgerbeast.com and others have sponsored a series of events called Street Food Fridays, the first of which I attended.  The trucks themselves are the attraction.
     

     
    I don't know how many there will be in all, but the next one is at lunchtime on February 4th.

     
    This is a view from one end of the closed-off street.  The lines quickly grew to  30 minutes or more at most of the trucks.

    The first Street Food Friday was also the debut of the Burgerbeast.com truck sponsored by Food Carts USA.  Sef Gonzalez, aka Burgerbeast, is not actually going to cook in it.  He is drafting regional burgermasters and others to cook in the truck; a different one at each outing. 
     
    BurgerBeast Truck with BurgerBeast being interviewed:

     
    At this first showing of the new truck, no actual cooking was going on.  Fireman Derek was selling mini "pies" from the truck.  I brought a couple home, and the coconut cream in particular was very good.
     
     
     
     
      [....more to come]
    post edited by MiamiDon - 2011/01/18 16:12:32
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/18 16:22:42 (permalink)
    Don,  It looks like there might be a similar truck meet up event this Saturday night.  I have a friend coming to town and - depending on her availability, we might hit this.  Are you going to be around?
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/18 16:32:34 (permalink)
    The Saturday night Wynwood rally is a biggy.  I can be there early, I believe.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/18 16:37:13 (permalink)
    Still working out plans with her.  She needs to go from Miami-Sarasota that night, after a work event.  It may or may not work out, but I will keep you posted.  If we do, it would be early.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/18 16:39:04 (permalink)
    I can't take it anymore...this is driving me mad.  Nothing like this around here... I am so jealous!  That fish sandwich is driving me up the wall....
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/18 17:16:23 (permalink)
    It's a shame about the news on the GFTA. Hopefully, the events keep on coming (although I am aware they only set up a single event).
     
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/19 07:56:07 (permalink)
    Excellent report and fantastic pictures.  I feel like I've now been to these trucks.
     
    Thanks very much MiamiDon!!
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/19 18:54:22 (permalink)
    I was curious about the trucks themselves. Several of them look very similar. Obviously the paint, graphics etc are custom but are the trucks themselves built by the same company as a food truck complete with equipment?
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/20 16:20:50 (permalink)
    OMG! What I wouldn't give to have some of those trucks here in Huntsville. The food prices are great and the food looks (which I sure it is) delicious. Great job w/the pictures.
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/20 16:21:16 (permalink)
    OMG! What I wouldn't give to have some of those trucks here in Huntsville. The food prices are great and the food looks (which I sure it is) delicious. Great job w/the pictures.
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    agnesrob
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    Re:Miami Food Trucks 2011/01/23 08:47:12 (permalink)
    What a great report and pics, Don! That food looks so good!
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