Review from the Dallas Observer’s Cheap Bastard Column:
Nammi is “cruisin’ Vietnamese fusion.” It’s a food truck! Yay! We begged heaven and its opposite, City Hall, to let us have food trucks in Dallas, and we’re so excited that they’re here, and now that we have them…apparently none of you effers go to them unless it’s opening day.
There were two other people in line with me when I went on Thursday. What’s the deal, You? Why are you not filling your face hole with cheap and tasty banh mi and barbecue pork tacos?
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From GuideLive.Com: Roll Up and Chow Down at the first annual Food Truck Field Day on March 31st from 11:00 until 3:00 at Stonewall Jackson Elementary. Ten of Dallas’ favorite mobile eateries will descend upon the Stonewall field for a day of tasty treats, tunes and more. $5 tickets can be purchased the day of the event and all proceeds benefit Stonewall Gardens. Ticket price does not include food purchases.]]>
From the official Facebook event page: Durty Laundry is teaming up with the good people over at Sylvan Thirty to bring you TRUCKSTOCK, a combination of music/fashion and food..all out of trucks! The list of food trucks is growing daily, as more trucks are participating. With music provided out of the infamous “Def Star” by Durty Laundry/Beat Breakerz, and the array of food trucks, this is an event you do not want to miss! Did we mention that its FREE to attend?? Bring the family, the pets, a wallet, and an empty stomach! There will be some of your favorite food trucks in attendance, releasing old/new mens. Oh, and Durty Laundry will be releasing new shirts from its expanding clothing line for the event as well!]]>
Nammi’s little cute mascot is growing up. He started out as a cute little cartoon character on the first truck. But BIG NEWS FLASH: There is now Nammi truck #2, and the little boy is prominently featured. Nammi’s cutest food truck couple, Teena Nguyen and Garry Torres, has asked Sidedish nation to finally give the little guy a name.
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Nammi was featured in a You + Dallas episode on Dallas food trucks. Click here to read the full article or watch the video below:]]>
Review from Dorothy Does Dallas:
Happy New Years! I hope everyone had a wonderful Holidays with your family and friends. One of my New Years Resolutions was to try as many food trucks as possible. Since I’ve heard so many wonderful things about Nammi food truck, they were the first on my list. Today, I was fortunate enough to catch them in Addison off Montfort and Beltline. For those who aren’t familiar, Nammi food truck specializes in Banh Mi, which is a Vietnamese sandwich.This deli style sandwich comes with your choice of meat: BBQ pork, grilled pork, lemongrass beef, lemongrass chicken or veggie tofu. Even though their best seller is grilled pork, I decided to try their lemongrass beef sandwich. The first thing that impressed me about this food truck was their quick service. The last food truck I tried took 45 minutes for my meal. So, when my Banh Mi sandwich was ready in less than ten minutes, I was elated.
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Review by Top This Place:
Banh Mi is a baguette with garlic mayonnaise, cucumbers, pickled daikons and carrots, jalapenos, cilantro and then your meat. Homemade banh mi sandwiches come in barbecued pork, grilled pork, lemongrass chicken, lemongrass beef, and Vietnamese tofu.
I opted for the lemongrass beef sandwich and Terry had the grilled pork. The meats were moist and fresh tasting. The marinate gave the meat deep flavor. The sandwiches sparkled when it came to the details; the cucumber, pickled carrot and daikon with just a touch soy sauce were great. The baguette Nammi uses is nice and thin, soft on the inside, crunchy on the outside and BIG (12”).
And no, going once was not enough. I had to go back and try the Taco and the Rice Bowl. Both were excellent and it is amazing how just a slight change, can change the flavor so much.
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