The food truck round up was just down the street from us in Layton, off HWY 193 so my sibs and I met up for some grub.
I checked the Facebook group to see what trucks were coming. When I saw CupBob would be there I was so excited! I follow them on IG and have wanted to try a bowl of Korean BBQ forever! Now was my chance.
The lines were long, but fast. Best advice, go early, like, EARLY! 5pm people. We went at 6 and the lines were long. There were cars parked all the way down the highway.
After a 25 minute wait in the blazing sun we were up. A choice of rice or noodles, with pork, beef, or chicken. Then you choose your spice level. I went with a 5 for us, 1 for the kids.
Dan ordered two bowls, um, ya, he only ate one. They were big and delicious! Definitely worth the wait and the heat.
I got a surprise of noodles and rice with my pork. Not sure how that happened but i'm glad it did. I totally recommend it!
Something about the mix of flavors with the two textures. Now I'll be forever craving that Korean BBQ!
There were tents set up for shade on the grass, but plan on eating while you stand or sit, there were no chairs or tables.
Baby girl(11m) was ready for bed, so we headed out before we were finished eating.
Kind of a mad house, but really.... Check out that view!!! Food trucks and mountains, people watching, music. Its a win win in my book.
Hate to eat and run, but a tired baby is no joke.
I would have loved to stay and hang out and people watch. Next time, you'll see me there at 5 on the dot.
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Tag team so you don't have to wait in more than one line