Spring is here, and things are finally settling down for us here at Stitches ‘n Dishes. We recently completed our relocation to beautiful, Santa Barbara, CA, just steps away from the beach, beautiful art, fine wine, and of course, exquisite food. We were able to get a review of a popular Santa Barbara food truck under our belts, before packing up the car, and jetting off in search of more incredible food. Just after all of the packing and unpacking, followed by endless searching (and those “I could swear I packed it with…” moments), we were invited by our good friends at Food Network’s Eat St on location in San Francisco for filming of Season 4 episodes. Hence, another week of radio silence on the blog, but the social networks were all the chatter.
I previously covered the O Street Truck in a Wellness Wednesday look at healthier food trucks from San Diego to Sacramento, and made a mental note that I’d want to come back to this truck for a review… soon.
O Street Truck brings gourmet Mediterranean, French-Mex & French Vietnamese fare with locally sourced, artisan ingredients to the streets of Santa Barbara. Owner, Liz Bradley worked as a pastry chef for about a decade before launching the O Street Truck and her dream to bring her Provencal fare to the streets at street prices.
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Service at O Street Truck was, in a word, outstanding. Not only did everyone in the truck engage in conversation with us, they answered our questions about menu items and the posters displayed on the truck, yet they never skipped a beat in their workflow. We dropped the banh mi sandwich, when we took it off of the serving window – splat, directly onto the pavement. I immediately returned to the order window, explained the situation, and handed my credit card over. She promptly returned my card to me, and said, “we’ll take care of it for you. It’s on us.”
|Overall Impression:||4.6 Plates!|
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