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staff meal food truck

jackal | Apr 23, 201109:45 AM     38

Dc and I noticed a food truck behind the Boston artisan market in west roxbury. Menu was short but sweet, with some cool meatcentric items. We tried the meatloaf sandwich with pastrami and homemade pickles on a great griddled roll / biscuit thing (awesome combo, our fave), foie baklava (crazy idea but it worked together. Not too sweet.), marrow toast with tabbouleh, and oxtail sandwich with peppers, same homemade pickles- both solid and good for a rainy day like today.

Definitely worth checking out if you're in the neighborhood- a bit hard to find, but it's in the parking lot behind the market. We noticed a cupcake mobile pulling in as we were leaving too!

They said they'll be here on weekends and eventually at the sowa market.

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