Most restaurateurs would be wary of comparing their food with manna from heaven -- and a food truck that does so would seem to have an extra bar of credibility to clear. Nonetheless, the connection between the name of the Manna From Heaven van and the food that comes out of this tiny, family-run mobile kitchen is clear. Entrees include noodle platters and delectable banh mi that are supplemented with your choice of “manna” -- skewers of grilled meat or veggies dished up in a variety of plates and options. There are also smaller bites, like pot stickers and spring rolls, plus smoothies and fresh-squeezed fruit juices. And it’s easy to find the truck through the extensive calendar posted on its website, which includes regular stops at breweries and a food-truck row or two; you can also order catering there or book the truck for your own event.
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Thursday, September 8, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. by Lori Midson
Cafe Society invited some of our favorite restaurants and food trucks to share samples at Dish, September 9 at Ninth Avenue Historic Park. Here's what they'll be serving: Manna from Heaven www.mannafoodtruck.com/ What are you servin...