Chompsky - The Food Van Cometh

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As good as Glasgow's food scene is, the number of food trucks in comparison to other cities is extremely low, with it being notoriously difficult for these types of eateries to open. HOWEVER. This weekend the first proper street food truck opened in Glasgow's west end in the form of Chompsky. Having had several pop up days I was never able to get along to, I was delighted to find out the now have a permanent home on Kelvin Way. Chompsky - The Food Van Cometh | Wasted Little PJ Scottish Male Lifestyle Blog
Charlotte had a rare Saturday afternoon off work so we decided that after I finished (and after we watched the Celtic game!) We'd take the wander over to the west end to test out Chompsky.  It's only a short 10-minute walk from Kelvingrove subway station, but by the time we arrived we were both starving and ready to delve into what they had to offer!
The menu is going to change periodically, but at the moment they have the delicious Chompsky Reuben, a pho-nomenal Vietnamese Pho Ga, black Lentil Daal, Jalapeno Poppers, fresh Papercup Coffee and some homemade baked goods to finish off! It was one of those odd days in Glasgow where the sun was actually shining, so after placing our order and getting our food, we walked over to Kelvingrove to chill out and eat our lunch.
Chompsky - The Food Van Cometh | Wasted Little PJ Scottish Male Lifestyle Blog
Chompsky - The Food Van Cometh | Wasted Little PJ Scottish Male Lifestyle Blog
I opted for the Reuben - Salted beef and smoked cheddar toasted on sourdough bread, but being fussy I got it without the mustard and sauerkraut.  The bread is not an option I'd usually go for but the combination of the meat and cheese really worked and it's something I'll keep an eye out for in the future.
Charlotte decided to go for the Vietnamese Pho Ga, which was like a chicken noodle soup, with a lemon and ginger broth, chilli, shallots, peanuts and coriander, which was equally delicious as the sandwich.
Chompsky - The Food Van Cometh | Wasted Little PJ Scottish Male Lifestyle Blog

Given the fact the food is made and prepared in a truck, both were full of flavour and cooked perfectly, so I'd highly recommend checking them out if you're in the area. Like I said, the menu is going to change every so often so you would be best to keep an eye on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date with what they're offering!

What would you like to see next on the Glasgow food scene?
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