Le Petit Poutine
44 Elton Street | 585-461-2224
For Le Petit Poutine owners Lizzie Clapp and Ronnie McClive, this year has been the opposite. Known as the originators of Rochester’s food truck scene, they serve a traditional Canadian combination of fries, gravy and cheese curds sprinkled with thyme to thousands of hungry customers each year. A Sunday morning at the Brighton Farmers Market isn’t complete without picking up a carton of Le Petit Poutine’s delicious, gooey delicacies. Not even late at night in Lux. This food truck makes Rochester a better place.Finalists: Rakuni Kenko | Meatball Truck | Neno’s
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Eating Roll’n Deep at local festivals seems to improve social caching. everyone wants to talk to you “Excuse me, where did you get that?” people ask, pointing to your meal. Popular Food His truck owner and founder Scott Phomvongsa immigrated here with his family from Laos when he was 15 and brought a taste of his native Asia to his Roll’n Deep Incorporate it into your creative menu. His ode to the Rochester delicacy “garbage roll” is the familiar Egg His Roll container, stuffed with macaroni salad, tater he tots, American he cheese, and truck-made meat hot sauce. The result is an instant classic. Pop-ups at other Asian-owned businesses like Happy Gut Sanctuary have attracted new and regular customers who can’t get enough of dishes like Crab Rangoon nachos. Wash it down with 14 types of bubble tea from the track marked with . — Dario Joseph