Quickstop Kosher Truck - NYC
Ate there today. Opinion: it's the most chowish kosher food truck I've ever eaten from (for the wiseguys in the audience, the number of kosher food trucks I've ordered from is four, not including ice cream from the short-lived Glida truck).
I had falafel and fries, because I'm not a waffles-for-lunch type of person (although I'm planning on trying them in the near future). Falafel balls were large, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, perfectly spiced. The falafel itself was attractively arranged, with two falafel balls, two Israeli pickles, and a big hunk of tomato on a bed of lettuce.
The fries were crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, nicely salted, and placed in a paper bag, so they didn't go limp and soggy on the way back to my desk at a nearby photography concern (where many of my fellow employees have become fans of these guys). Whoever is working their fryer knows his business.
Cost for a falafel and fries was $9.00, which, if you know Midtown prices, is practically free.
My favorite part is the waffle pimp on the side of the truck (photo attached).
re: The Cameraman
Gto the waffles for breakfast this morning.
I can never again eat frozen Shoprite waffles, and that makes me mad because frozen Shoprite waffles in "syrup" used to be my favorite breakfast.
Did you know that waffles can be thick and chewy in the center? I didn't.
Waffles came with whipped cream and dark chocolate sauce, too. Very good, highly recommended.