New York - By Way of Belgium The NY Kosher Food Truck
New York - In Belgium, a kosher waffle is hard to find. Not so in New York.
Ari Thaler, owner of the Quick Stop Kosher food truck, which bills itself as a ‘breakfast, lunch, and waffles’ joint.
Quick Stop Kosher, a food truck that bills itself as a “breakfast, lunch, and waffles” joint, opened this summer. Owner Ari Thaler grew up in Antwerp, and decided his truck had to “do something a little bit different.”
The waffles are sumptuous. The “plain waffle” ($5.50) comes with hot fudge and whipped cream.
For $1 more, the truck adds ice cream and fruit.
For those who want lunch with their dessert, Quick Stop offers a very New York array of kosher fare: sandwiches, salad, French fries, Moishe’s falafel, omelettes, bagels and blintzes.
The truck also makes a panini ($7) with pizza sauce, three cheeses, and vegetable toppings. The panini takes about seven minutes to make but it is worth the wait.
The food can get messy, Mr. Thaler knows, so he attached a hand- sanitizer station to the truck. And if you feel the selection is lacking, he says he will solicit input and change the menu.
Check quickstopkosher.com for the changing locations and hours. 212-674-6666
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