Mama Kim now serving Wednesday lunch

Working stiffs in Del Paso Heights—oh wait, it’s just us?—have few choices for business lunches. We usually drive into Midtown.

Now we have at least one option, once a week. As of March 5, the Mama Kim food truck is parking outside its restaurant (1616 Del Paso Blvd.) every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Patrons order directly from the truck and receive paper plates, plastic utensils and paper napkins, but they can enjoy a gourmet lunch in Mama Kim Eats’ bright, industrial dining room.

The truck menu changes regularly, but there are a couple staples: fish tacos with avocado pico, chipotle aioli and queso and a barbecue tri-tip sandwich with slaw. Both run $10 and both come with excellent sweet potato chips. Other options today included an asparagus soup with chipotle aioli and jalapeno corn bread ($5-$7), baby lettuce salad with strawberries, roasted almonds, shaved Manchego and sherry vinaigrette ($8), a falafel flat bread sandwich ($10) and a Korean pork bahn mi ($10). 

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