Topeka Food Trucks are becoming increasingly popular and offer a variety of dishes – Low Calorie Diets Tips

Food trucks are springing up everywhere. Their offerings are also expanding, giving people the opportunity to step out of their comfort zone and try something new.

Antojitos Bermudez, at 21st St. and California Ave., offers shaved ice along with some exceptional Hispanic offerings.

On a recent visit, Michele Townes ordered Chilindrinas, which are a flour donut with an assortment of fresh vegetables and other toppings.

“I think it’s good and looks refreshing,” she said.

Michele Townes orders a plate of Chilindrinas from Antojitos Bermudez food truck on 21st St. and California Ave.

Food trucks are common in the NOTO Arts District at N. Kansas Avenue and Friday Night Flicks at Evergy Plaza, 630 S. Kansas Ave.

Sometimes they are at sports venues like baseball, softball and soccer.

They also gather, typically on the first Saturday of the month, at Helping Hands Humane Society, 5720 SW 21st St., where music is played and funds are raised for the organization.

Many trucks are simply parked in various locations around the city, although it can be difficult to pin them down without notification of their plans.

Facility in malls can be a win-win as shoppers buy from trucks, food truck regulars buy from stores, and locations become more predictable for foodies.

Chef LaMona loves the relationships that develop where she parks

LaMona Scroggins, owner of Chef LaMona, prepares a plate of fried fish for her popular catfish sandwiches.  She often parks at 115 SW 29th St.

Chef LaMona Scroggins serves Cajun cuisine with her own signature catfish sandwiches, shrimp sandwiches and gumbo. She usually parks at 115 SW 29th St.

“Everyone’s been really great at letting me park in the lot whenever I want,” Scroggins said. She plans to park there on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

However, she stressed that guests should follow her truck tracking site in case plans change or she has trucks in additional locations.

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