In support of the T-lofts fundraiser for Haiti today, I dragged my kiddo and BF here to check out the congregation of food trucks. There were 25 total, but I only had 2 in mind to try.
Nom Nom was one of them and I was totally looking forward to getting my banh mi fix.
The line was about 20 minutes long to order, then another 10 minutes to pick up the food. I ordered the deli special which is basically all sorts of deli meats along with pickled veggies. They ran out of pate, which was a bummer, since pate is very common in banh mi. Also, there were no jalapenos in my sammie at all! I was disappointed in that, since I love those spicy peppers. It was also surprising to me since they have a big sign that states their sandwiches HAVE jalapenos.
The sandwich itself was okay. Bread wasn't very fresh, but it was quite filling. I guess for $6, it was alright. I've had better banh mi for $2.50 from the SGV though.
Service was friendly and I could tell she was really trying to accommodate everyone. She even gave me a free soda for waiting. Kudos to the service!
I might come back, but only if they have pate and remember the jalapenos.
Nom Nom Truck