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Something New, An African Cuisine From a Truck


After a lengthy meeting on restaurant trends and theories, which we may be posting about in the upcoming blog posts, it was time for food. It was a dire matter because all the talk about food and places to eat made us hungry. So, to hasten the process, we discussed nearby places that we wanted to visit. We settled on a food truck (DF Nigerian Food Truck:https://www.yelp.com/biz/df-nigerian-food-truck-new-york) that was nearby.



It served some dishes from the African cuisine. I do not know exactly what we order because I had help from the person in the food truck and a gentleman behind me. The only thing that I knew was: one dish was meat based with plantains, the other was vegetables with yams and some pieces of lamb, and a piece of chicken. In addition to my unknown state, I asked the person in the truck for drink recommendations. He suggested malta by Guinness. Therefore, I want to say, thank you to the man in the truck and the gentlemen behind me because this is what  New York City food adventures are all about; trying the different aspects of the Melting Pot with some guidance or advice.


It served some dishes from the African cuisine. I do not know exactly what we order because I had help from the person in the food truck and a gentleman behind me. The only thing that I knew was: one dish was meat based with plantains, the other was vegetables with yams and some pieces of lamb, and a piece of chicken. In addition to my unknown state, I asked the person in the truck for drink recommendations. He suggested malta by Guinness. Therefore, I want to say, thank you to the man in the truck and the gentlemen behind me because this is what  New York City food adventures are all about; trying the different aspects of the Melting Pot with some guidance or advice.


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