March 30, 2013 will be the last day you will have regular access to our one-of-a-kind authentic Pakistani food at the Boardwalk on Bulverde (BoB) food truck park.
Why? Well, we realize that our food truck has wheels and there are quite a few folks around San Antonio who have not had a chance to taste our amazing food. So, we’re embracing the essential benefit of being a food truck and becoming truly mobile so we can share our addictive samosas, “The Tony” and our other tasty bites all over town. You just might see us on the highway heading to our next location, or we may even turn up for the day at another area food truck park. (For example, we’ll be at The Point on Boerne Stage Road in April!)
Be sure to follow us on Facebook & Twitter so you know where and when to join us.
We truly appreciate all of our loyal BoB customers along with Cameron, Josh and the crew at Cruising Kitchens/BoB and we hope you will look for us around town starting on April 1. ( And no, this is NOT an April Fool’s joke!)
Please stop by during our last Saturday dinner service at BoB (3/30 6-9pm) so we can thank you for your support.
San Antonio Food Trucks will have a much stronger voice in the very near future.
Keith Hill from K-Hill BBQ Company & Sameer Siddiqui from Rickshaw Stop spear-headed the San Antonio Food Truck Association by creating a non-profit 501(c) in 2012 with the hopes of organizing and unifying the local food truck, trailer and cart vendors into a single, united community. The goal of the association is to bring professionalism and credibility to the Mobile Food industry in San Antonio. With the help of Jon Lindskog (Cheesy Jane’s), Joseph Jackson (Lagniappe Today) and Neil Hajji (Wheelie Gourmet & Culture Cafe) membership by-laws have been written, including a code of conduct & ethics, and SAFTA is now accepting membership applications. As with any other trade association, we will offer a full array of services and benefits to our members.
Founder members. Provides full association benefits for food truck owners only.
Associate members. Provides no voting rights, but is open is to anyone.
Please keep in mind we are a new organization and we will all grow together. Whether a rookie or seasoned veteran, we highly recommend attending one of our meetings for further information.
We are currently in the process of creating our SAFTA website; so in the meantime, for membership details, the latest SAFTA news/events & information on upcoming meetings please:
The truck will be closed until after the New Year. Please check our schedule the week of Jan 1st for our updated schedule. If you need information regarding catering, please click “Contact Us” and send us a message with all of your event details.
Join us along with KHill BBQ, Mr. Meximum & Say She Ate food trucks in downtown San Antonio for the 6th annual AccessAbility Fest! 20% of all food sales will go back to support people with disabilities and their families.
We will actually be right down the road at Gold Canyon/1604 for the Community Bible Church’s DRIVE IN THEATER with 7 other food trucks*! The event is open to the public and the movie they will be playing is The Lorax.