11 food trucks roll onto streets from tomorrow

http://www.thestandard.com.hk/breaking-news.php?id=84330

Eleven food trucks will begin selling their fare from tomorrow at eight locations popular with tourists and locals. Not every truck will begin operating from tomorrow. Some will be at designated locations on February 16, while others will operate from February 24.
Food truck operators, Chee Kei, Book Brothers, Ho Yuen Express, Princess Kitchen, Table Seven X W. Burger, Hung Fook Tong’s Food Truck, Pineapple Canteen, Mein by Maureen, Crunch Munch, Pat Chun Saucy Truck and Ma Ma Dumpling, are in the first batch approved for business.
Chee Kei offers braised pork rib, Book Brothers serves American-style barbecue meat in steamed bread, and Ho Yuen promises grilled squid. Fried rice, dumplings, pineapple bun, soup with fish maw, burgers, and fruit bowls, are among the specials that other food trucks are promising to serve.
The Tourism Commission has launched a mobile app, “HK Food Truck,” to help locals and tourists alike to trace the whereabouts of the food trucks. The mobile app is available for free download in Google Play and the Apple App Store.-The Standard

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