This roving restaurant has affordable Indian street fare, with some being worthy food options and some definitely not. Oh, and it DOES serve tomatoes.
5 out of 10 Peppers = Medium
The Details: It irks me that the No Tomatoes! Indian street fare food truck serves food that has tomatoes. Why the misnomer, guys? No Tomatoes! should take a page out of the menu of The India Restaurant and just name itself what it is (No Tomatoes: Just Kidding?). For you tomato-haters out there who were considering flocking to this truck, you're actually safe except for the tikka masala.
Name notwithstanding, I love the growing Indian food truck trend. Gotta love that entrepreneurial spirit and adaptability. Service at this truck s friendly, moreso than at some of the other ones. The food was served quickly, literally less than a minute after we ordered. The only aggravating thing customer service-wise is it charges $0.50 extra for credit card payments. I had enough cash on me but didn't want to juggle with the change, so I paid with a credit card anyway. Boo to losing some laundry money.
Like most food trucks, it has a limited menu, and it's affordable. Prices range from $2 (drinks) to $6 (most items) to $8 (combos). Portions are small though, especially the samosas.
What's your favorite Indian food truck? Have you eaten No Tomatoes! biryani and did you have the same spice level issue?
No Tomatoes!, location varies.