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Rami's in Brookline Open Food Truck

 

Over a decade ago Moishe's Falafel became the very first kosher food truck. In the years that have followed, we have seen a huge proliferation of the kosher food truck Industry. Some food trucks, such as Schnitzi, began as a restaurant and expanded to include a food truck. While others, such as The Kosher Palate(located in California), began as a food truck but recently expanded to include a brick and mortar location. This past summer, Schnitzi and The Sandwich Factory both parked their trucks at the iconic Governors Island every Sunday, allowing hungry kosher consumers the ability to eat hot food even in a such a remote location. Food trucks are not just hip in NY and California, Milts BBQ Food Truck, part of Milt's Barbecue for the Perplexed, a kosher barbecue restaurant in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, has a huge following in Chicago. Fans flock to their facebook page daily to see where they will be parked each day. The food truck industry is growing daily, the latest addition to the food truck world is Rami's Food Truck in Brookline, Massachusets. Rami's, a popular kosher Boston eatery, is bringing its delicacies on the road. The menu will be a “build your own,” interactive menu. Step one: choose your base (pita, plate or combo plate). Step two: chose your favorite protein: Falafel, Shawarma, Kabob, Grilled Chicken or Shnitzel. Step three: spice up your meal with your choice of condiments: Hot Sauce, Tahini, Babaganoush, Amba (mango curry sauce) or Hummus. And finally, step four, choose some veggies: Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Cabbage, Pickles and Lettuce. The pita bread comes directly to Rami’s and Rami’s Food Truck via Israel. for more information about Rami's, including where they will be parked on any specific day, visittwww.ramisfoodtruckboston.com

 
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