These days, it seems like everybody with a driver’s license has a food truck dream. It’s not always so dreamy for consumers. For how many days and in how many ways must we eat pulled pork? More ambitious cooking often doesn’t translate to the tight, mobile confines of the truck kitchen. Just ask Billy Tserenbat, who started his stellar sushi restaurant, Sushi Fix, out of a truck. Such beautifully wrought artwork was time-consuming, and impractical for a truck. Enter Bibuta, where Tserenbat’s sushi burritos and poke-style fish take the fuss out of prepping and rolling delicate sushi. You still reap the benefits of a raw fish meal, though it’s one you can eat walking down the street.
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