I’m continuing on my journey to sample many (or better, all) of the food trucks in and around Indianapolis. The food truck scene here is growing, with trucks offering all sorts of great varieties of food. One of my favorite things is when there’s a Cluster Truck, which is a gathering of several trucks at one place. It’s a great opportunity to sample several foods all at once, like the great food from the Rollin Wit Da Roux Food Truck.
The Rollin Wit Da Roux truck is one of my favorites. Anything with ‘Roux’ in the name is going to be good and this truck is no exception. I’ve eaten at Rollin Wit Da Roux twice now, and each time I’ve ordered a po’boy. They have other things on the menu besides po’boys, but if you follow this blog at all you know I’m a po’boy addict.
The po’boys are straightforward – lettuce, tomato, remoulade, toasted bread, and whatever your topping is. They’re messy to eat. They’re supposed to be. My motto is: Grab hold, dive in, and don’t put it down.
The shrimp po’boy was very tasty…
I’m looking forward to trying the other items on the Rollin Wit Da Roux menu. My only complaint is that the food can sometimes take a while to get if you get to the truck right around opening time (usually 11am). It’s worth the wait, but I’d have scored them 5 ‘maters across the board on the ‘Mater Rater if they’d been fully set up when they opened.I love my Indianapolis food trucks. Sometimes they come and go, sometimes they turn into brick-and-mortar restaurants, sometimes their names change, and sometimes they last and last, serving up good food every time. Check out my favorites: Big Ron’s Bistro, Byrne’s Grilled Pizza, Chef Dan’s Southern Comfort, Citizen Hash, Cutie Pies, Der Pretzel Wagen, Droopy’s, KG Slider Station, Little Eataly, Mac Genie, R & R Extreme Wings, Rollin Wit Da Roux, Serendipity, The Flying Cupcake, NY Slice and Groovy Guys Fries.