Join us on Friday, August 3 from 5pm to 9pm along the beautiful Victoria Promenade in Oliver! Here’s the lineup and menu (please note menus are subject to change):
- Pesto Chicken Calzone – roasted chicken, basil pesto, tomato sauce, mozzarella
- Proscuitto and Sage Calzone
- Vegetariano Calzone – red and green peppers, purple onions, mushrooms, black olives, tomato sauce, mozzarella (vegetarian)
- Mini donuts – cinnamon sugar; caramel and chocolate sauces; danish icing; peanut butter and chocolate sauces with whipped cream
- Pretzels – plain; butter and salt; garlic butter, soft garlic cheese and parmesan; stuffed with cheddar and coated with butter, sour cream, bacon bits and green onion
- Fudge from Phil’s Fudge Factory
- Cotton Candy
- Ice Cream Novelties
- Phil’s Fresh Squeezed Lemonade
- Jerk Chicken Sandwich – grilled pineapple & lime slaw (served with fresh cut fries)
- Braised Beef Sandwich – whisky/coffee BBQ sauce, crispy onions & pepperoncini’s (served with fresh cut fries)
- Vanilla Liege waffles
- Vanilla Liege waffle with whipped cream, fruit or sauce (toppings include fresh strawberries, fresh blueberries, peaches, whipping cream, maple syrup, chocolate and caramel)
- Pork Belly Adobo – served with rice and signature slaw
- Fili Chili on a Bun – served with rice and signature slaw
- Roasted Eggplant, Bell Pepper, and Chickpea Tagine – served with rice and signature slaw (vegetarian)
- Singapore Noodles
- Famous Dry Spicy Chicken (aka Crack Chicken)
- Sui Mai (pork dumplings)
- Chicken For Lunch’s Korean Chicken
- Spring rolls
- Mac Melt: bacon mac & cheese and slow roasted pork in a grilled cheese sandwich
- Picada Colombiana: russet & sweet fries, crispy fried plantains topped with mixed roasted & smoked meats (gluten-free)
- Southern Dirty Rice: ground beef, pork, liver & gizzard with rice in a Louisiana spice mix (gluten-free)
- Cowboy Caviar: mixed bean salad with green apples in a garlic cilantro dressing (vegan, gluten-free)
- Chocolate Sandwich Cookie: chocolate cookies filled with white chocolate ganache (gluten-free)
- Crack ‘n’ Cheese – house made mac featuring local cheese with pork cracklings
- Beef and Dumplings – natural beef slow smoked until tender with hand-made Austrian style dumplings
- Burnt end sandwich with caramelized onions, smokehouse coleslaw and chipotle BBQ sauce
- Bacon bomb with coleslaw, caramelized onions and raspberry chipotle BBQ sauce
- Three smoked BBQ ribs with Cajun potato salad
- Gourmet Beef Burger
- Asian Fish Sandwich – sambal lemongrass marinated halibut with a sesame soy slaw
- Veggie Burger – with cheddar, avocado and pea shoots (vegetarian)
- Fries with jalapeño garlic mayo
We hope you’re as excited as we are! If you’re on Facebook, please join our event and share with your friends!
14 thoughts on “August 3, 2012 What the Truck?! @ Victoria Promenade Menu”
Ahh this looks great, but it would be really handy knowing what things are vegan 🙂
Sorry, we do what we can to identify vegetarian and gluten-free items. For vegan items, you’ll have to get in touch with the trucks themselves!
The perfect way to end the work week and head into the long weekend. And a gorgeous view of the valley!
Thank you for indicating the gluten free items. As a parent of a newly diagnosed child with celiac disease we are reluctant to attend these events without knowing in advance if there will be items she can eat.
As a fellow celiac, I love the effort that some of the food trucks put into offering options we can eat (Molly’s Eats gf chocolate cookie is awesome and can be broken into portions – it’s huge – for your celiac daughter to enjoy over and over).
I wish the same effort was available for those of us with nut allergies. I was disappointed when The Act – I was so looking forward to trying their gluten-free dishes – decided to put peanut butter on their burger a few weeks back. The cross contamination risk made their GF offerings inaccessible.
Short term exposure to gluten won’t kill me. Nuts will. Makes it harder to support these awesome events to the degree I’d like to but we’ve certainly learned to check the posted menus before driving across town to attend.
Ooh, I should also mention that I really appreciate the effort Mack & Sharon & all the food vendors put into What the Truck. I know they can’t please everyone. I just wish I could participate (by eating of course) more often than I do.
Can hardly wait, what a lot of fun for our neighborhood.
Excited! This will be my first time at this event, and delighted to see the vegetarian options.
l love the lunch trucks but would like to have a specific vegan one where what’s in it is not a concern, and I could just go and order anything on the menu without compromising my belief and health.
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