Burrito Bandito specializes in Baja California style big tacos and burritos. Giving tacos a very unique flare not seen with most traditional taco trucks. Being a chef by trade an only using my truck for events I have been customizing the menu to fit the event and demand per time we run it. By doing so we keep it fresh and local
We take great pride in serving you our made from scratch braised beef and smoked pulled pork. We want to be sure that every bite of our food is fresh and unique. Bam Pow Chow boasts fine dining quality with affordable and casual prices.
Focusing on fresh, all natural and LOCAL ingredients, we bring the food and fun to you. Whether it's outside your office for a quick lunch, enjoying a beverage at your favorite brewery, or catering your next neighborhood event, CockADoodleMoo is here to serve you like family, with respect, laughter, and a generous side of southern sass!
Japanese Hibachi style menu selections by our food truck at events or private catering service
Thai Box Zing
I can remember the sizzle of the wok pan as the savory sauce was poured into it, the feel of the heat of the stove, the first taste of the hot food before it was ready to be sold to the hungry crowd, and the smiles of satisfied customers. Those were my fondest memories of my childhood -- surrounded by the delicious dishes my mother used to make under a pop-up tent in various county fairs and festivals. It instilled in me a passion in catering and has never ceased to motivate me to recreate the same amazing Thai and Laotian food that I was brought up with.
Zeko's 2 Go
American (New), American (Traditional), Greek and Mediterranean, Italian, Pizza and Sandwiches. First place winners at the Randleman Food Truck Championships!
Kona Ice of Greensboro
Serving tropical shaved ice from the most unique entertainment vehicle you'll ever see!
we enjoy eating the food that we grew up with in Puerto Rico, our small caribbean island with a huge flavor profile. We find joy in coming together and whipping up some delicious dishes like mofongo (mashed plantains), pernil (roasted pork), arroz con gandules (rice and pigeon peas), and something sweet such as flan or tres leches. Sometimes we cook our grandmother’s recipes, and other times from traditional Puerto Rican cookbooks. Most of the time, however, we are thinking of new recipes by bringing our authentic dishes and combining them with the southern food we have come to know and love in North Carolina.