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Is it any wonder that the root of delicious is deli? Now, imagine that in a food truck business! Think lean cuts of meat, then think again. Anyone can cut fat. Meat though, some talented few can cut with the knowledge, precision and dexterity to actually develop texture and flavor within the meat itself. For each meat there is a texture and for each texture a thinness that suits it perfectly with the exact surface area ratio. Beyond that, it is the rare deli men, such as we, who know the secret to a supreme deli sandwich. Obviously, we won’t tell you. We are not that transparent. But, then, it is unfair to conceal the fabulousness of our food. OK, we’ll tell you. Certainly, the cut of the meat is vital, but the secret to a truly supreme deli sandwich, which separates it from the very good and the service-ably great, are the glory of the accompaniments and toppings. Say goodbye to brown mustard and hamburger relish. You are on Gourmet Streets Food Truck Business now. Raise the bar.

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The Knish Knosh
Served with jalapeno mustard
Not just a satisfying and delicious potato filled dough ball. Oh, no. The knish has been proven to be one of the elemental forces that keeps the human body alive. Snap into your element.

The Spud Love
We thought of calling them froggy fries, but we insult the French elsewhere on the menu. Good fries don’t deserve insults anyway. Just love. Spud love, baby, spud love….

Nun Rings
Inspired by pugilistic nuns, we beat the crap out of these onion rings so they taste good for you. First we hit ‘em with some egg, then some bread crumbs, and finally some hot oil to the face. Down for the count, but so good going down your throat.
The Savage Slaw 
Uncompromising slaw. While most people do not have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate a slaw of this quality and depth, we suggest you try it anyway.

The Savage Slaw
Uncompromising slaw. While most people do not have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate a slaw of this quality and depth, we suggest you try it anyway.

The Po Po Salad
Named for the cops who arrested us just so they could have more of this potato salad made with tarragon-infused vinegar. Can’t say we blame them.

Potato Chips
Just a bag, man. Just a bag.

Dragon Breath Chili
bowl served w/bread and one side
Burn, baby, burn. This chili will burn it down at least three times. May we suggest bringing a canteen of water? Or two?

The Macaroné and Chez
Macaroni and cheese, gourmet style
Cheddar, goat cheese, and gruyere blended with cavatappi pasta. Would you call that just mac and cheese? Mmmmhmmm. We did not think so!


(That’s soup of the day for you Americans).
Soup du Jour & half-sandwich
(That’s soup of the day and a half-sandwich for you Americans).


(One platform salad each day upon which the customer has his choice of toppings, which are the same as the contents of the sandwiches)


The “Original” Reuben
Your choice of Corned Beef, Pastrami or Turkey on rye with Sauerkraut, Swiss & Russian 
Yes, it’s true. The actual original Reuben is of course Reuben Kincaid of the Partridge Family. But he is not a food at all, let alone a king of a deli sandwich with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing, despite claims to the contrary.

“The Veggie Reuben”
With a thinly sliced huge stack of Grilled Zucchini, Summer Squash and Red Peppers disguised as a Reuben, we do realize some of you carnivores may be tempted to convert to vegetarianism if you try it, but we are willing to risk it for the cause. You lose some.

The Toker 

Smoked beef brisket.
Like getting high, only legal. At least until they find out about it.

The Bouncer

Corned Beef on Rye with Russian Dressing and Cole Slaw 
If you made a delectable Corned Beef on Rye sandwich this good, you’d hire extra security too. Topped with Russian Dressing and Cole Slaw, no one gets to this sandwich without a big mouth, some good taste, and hearty appetite. And even then we might not let you have it. It’s just that good.

The Frankie Knuckles
Honey Turkey and Plate Pastrami, on a Kaiser with Jalapeno Cilantro Paste
Are you lookin’ at me? Well, yeah, I am the best Turkey and Pastrami Sandwich featuring Russian Dressing on a Kaiser roll with jalapeno cilantro paste you will ever have. Are you drooling? Salivating? Look at me again without taking a bite, and you’ll be swimming with the fishes. I know people who know people who know sandwiches and Food Truck Business sandwiches, and the latter always win for on the go cuisine.

The Motown

Corned Beef and Chopped Liver on sourdough
It takes two, baby. Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terell. Batman and Robin. Siskel and Ebert. Bert and Ernie. Chopped Liver and Corned Beef. Only one of these tastes incredible on rye bread, though; Maybe two, if you have a thing for muppets and mayo. Give up? Hint: It’s the Chopped Liver and Corned Beef. A food truck business dream come true, baby.

The Scott Miller

Corned Beef and Brisket on a Hoagie
Do you know why this mouth-watering combo of corned beef and brisket on a hoagie is named after Scott Miller? It’s ‘cause he died and went to heaven after eating one. If you want a sandwich named after you, you’re going to have to eat something else. Scott already took the hit so you could enjoy this one.  Thank you, Scott.

The Turkey Lurkey

Turkey and Chopped Liver on Rye
Life’s got to be hard for turkeys. You’re either a Thanksgiving meal or a country named after a Thanksgiving meal. Not in this sandwich. Here turkey reigns supreme as the bird it was always meant to be. Paired with chopped liver on your choice of breads, this succulent turkey sandwich will make you forget all about Thanksgiving  – and probably some other holidays too. All you’ll be thinking is thanks for giving me this turkey sandwich from a food truck business! Bring a pillow for after.

The Tongue Twister

Tongue and Genoa on Rye
Try saying this 10 times fast: Totally tantalizing tender tongue tenders tendered today. Add in Genoa and Rye Bread, and your tongue will be less twisted, but you will still be left speechless by the taste of this sandwich. And in the end, that hurts much, much less than a twisted tongue. So it’s a win-win.

The Cheesenasium

Sourdough Bread dressed with extra virgin cold pressed olive oil and rice vinegar, tomato & bermuda onion pressed on a griddle with swiss, cheddar, goat, and gruyere!
So much cheese, so little time. A grilled cheese sandwich so thick with cheese, it is like a cheese workout for your mouth. Keep chewing.

The Lucky Punk

Choose Your Own Sandwich Combination
Feeling lucky, punk? How brave are you? Think you can do better than us? I don’t see your food truck business outside. Go ahead and try. Surprise us. If you choose badly, we’ll laugh as we’re making your sandwich, but with ingredients this good we kind of stacked the deck in your favor. You can thank us later.

Corned Beef, Pastrami, Turkey, Roast Beef, Tongue, Tuna Fish, Chicken Salad, Gourmet Chicken Salad- w/ curry, grapes & walnuts, Hard Salami, Lettuce, Tomato, Cucumber, Onion, Roasted peppers, coleslaw, Jalapeno Cilantro Paste, Olive Tapenade, Egg Salad


In addition to our two mainstay desserts you can also find popular treats available by season, including pumpkin cheesecake, crème brulee, and strawberry shortcake. So pick up a little something for yourself or a full tray for a party—either way, you won’t want to leave our Eastside Deli Food Truck Business without dessert!

1. New York Cheesecake
Made according to Gourmet Streets’ Food Truck Business tradition of punching out any classic Brooklyn recipe. Our cheesecake’s gourmet graham-date crust holds together a cake so creamy it melts in your mouth faster than those big sad eyes can melt my heart.

2. Excessive, Immoderate and Fanatical Chocolate Babka

Etymology: Sergei Bubka, the Ukrainian world record holder in the Pole Vault was known for breaking his own world record over a dozen times by just one centimeter at a time — most experts believed he could have gone over 5 or 10 cm higher. His motivation each time he did it by 1 cm was that he got a US$1 million bonus from his sponsor NIKE. It’s all or nothing here folks, we go all the way over the top on this chocolaty sweetbread Food Truck Business experience.