Last week when we were in L.A., the Rhong-Tiam Supreme Burger Truck hit the street. Roberto B, a NYSF reader and avid foodie, agreed to check out the truck for us, and sent in this very descriptive Guest Post. Thanks Roberto.
Now that we’re back in town, we had to check it our ourself.
Heading down to the Flatiron District yesterday, there was a short-lived threat of rain around lunchtime, and it was pretty quiet at the truck. That sucked for the truck, but did give us a chance to talk to the owner and chef Andy Yang.
Andy told us a bit about the food, as well as his plans for world domination. Just kidding about the world domination, but you’ll be seeing much more in the way of Rhong-Tiam trucks and carts very soon, with a variety of menus. We’ll tell you more about that later.
Everything on the menu looked interesting, so we decided to get the first thing on the list, General Tso’s Burger for $10.
After Roberto raved about the fries, we definitely wanted to check out an order, and there are 3 types. We got the Asian Invasion Fries for $4.