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Parked up by Victory Park, East Village are a variety of food trucks that rotate every weekend from 12-6pm.
From pizzas to salty beef, to crepes to coffees. It should definitely be something worth trying.
As it was a family day out, we had decided to get something for lunch. We had initally read up on which food truck would be there and after reading the menu of Sub Cult, we immediately had to give it a try. On this day, we had the pleasure of being under the company of Ben. We had asked to try all 4 subs on the menu so that we could have a taste of each as they all sounded so delicious. It was also a beautiful sunny day so we decided to find a spot and sit on the grass not too far from where the trucks were parked as we had to wait for Ben to prepare and cook.
He kindly ran back and forth to give us the freshly made subs. I can honestly say these were the BEST subs I have ever tasted. Each had such amazing flavours, the ingredients worked so well together and it was even more delicious that it was served in a brioche bun. We had everything from seafood with rocket, to pulled pork with crispy crackling, beef with black truffle mayo and woodland mushroom with thyme and white truffle.
Sub-Terranean – Woodland Mushroom, Roasted Garlic, Stilton, Thyme & White Truffle
Sub-marine Sub – Seared Scallop, Roast Free Range Pulled Pork, Calamari, Rocket, Lemon & Parsley Mayo
The subs were priced between £5.00-£6.50 and it is definitely worth it. As the subs only contained half of the ingredients from the original menu, I can’t even begin to imagine what the original menu would taste like AND they even have more subs that sound so mouth-watering.
We thanked Ben for his kind service and could not stop complimenting on how delicious the subs were. Would recommend anyone to try this place out and will definitely be going back for more.
If you miss it, you are truly missing out.
Check out the official website of Sub Cults for restaurant locations.
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Taken by: Melody, Marion & Mark Torres