Friday 12 July 2013

Blue Donkey Food Truck :: Mariana's Trench Concert Snack

Chicago Style Beef Gyro (Left; Wrapped) & Greek Poutine
chicago style beef gyro :: chicago style beef wrapped in a pita with tomato, onion, tzatziki, & french fries
greek poutine :: traditional poutine with added feta cheese in harmony with traditional cheese curds

Blue Donkey Menu

{ This was my first time trying a "Greek" poutine and I would definitely have it again! I absolutely love poutines and the added feta gave an extra cheesy element! Surprisingly, the feta went quite well with all the gravy and complimented the fries' sweet fried potato taste with the sourness of the feta. This Greek Poutine is quite filling so I didn't get a chance properly try (& photograph) the Chicago Style Beef Gyro, though I have tried it approximately a year ago when I was still a student at the University of Toronto. From what I had this time and what I recall (though I don't believe it was Chicago style last time) it was a delicious gyro with the surprising element of french fries inside! For readers who aren't familiar, the difference between a regular beef gyro and Chicago style is that opposed to the vertical turning roast that gyros are normally prepared on, Chicago style is prepared on a traditional horizontal grill. If you are looking for a bite to eat and this food truck is in your area, I would definitely give it a try! }

Blue Donkey Truck
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