La Brasserie Street is a mobile food truck serving the Brass Chicken Sandwich --- Beer brined rotisserie chicken in gravy, on a buttermilk bun, topped with crispy onions.
I decided to try them, plus it was nice day outside to enjoy their chicken sandwich. I love it, fresh, tasty, lots of flavour and be prepared to bring napkins. I thought for the price of $7.00, it was a very goiod deal, and the sandwich I definately enjoyed eating outside in the plaza.
I will be back to this vendor, and was very surprised how good it was.
I love those chicken sandwiches, braised so nicely, on a buttermilk bun and covered in deep fried onions. Yummo.
I had the combo, which is a sandwich and a pop for about $8 (including tax). MMmmmmm
Street food at its finest.
Very limited menu - just chicken sandwiches, pop and butter tarts (which I have not yet tried).
I don't really do the whole "food cart" thing. I'm just not in Vancouver during the day so I kind of miss out. Of course, I've been to Japadog, and the occasional french fry stand. And now La Brasserie's street cart. And wow.
There isn't much selection... as far as I know, they've got their chicken sandwich, drinks and butter tarts. I only got the sandwich, but what a sandwich it was. The chicken almost resembles pulled pork in texture... it is topped with creamy, delicious gravy and dried caramelized onions all packed into a very nice bun. Option of putting some mustard on, which goes great.
The guy running the cart is doing an awesome job as well. He handles a crowd with politeness and efficiency, and gets you your lunch ASAP at a pretty cheap price. Man it was delicious. I can't wait to go back.