Knosh Food Truck and Catering
New food trucks are popping up like groundhogs these days, but at Knosh Catering at least the truck is a veteran of the Edmonton curb dining scene. Hardcore food truck fans will recognize the truck, outfitted with a new logo, as the former Nomad truck.
Though the container may be mostly the same, the food and owners are all new.
Knosh is serving up British favourites like Yorkshire puddings stuffed with braised beef, rosemary gravy, and slaw. They call it “The Joint”, but this joint is totally legal. It’s a good thing too, because this thing is huge and would make out-running the po-po nearly impossible. Tender beef, rich gravy, and a soft yorkshire pudding. Delicious. There was probably a bit too much slaw on there though and it didn’t really add anything for me, but didn’t take away either. So overall, this dish is a winner.
They also have a pulled pork sandwich with stout and onion, greens, white cheddar sauce and crumbled hard boiled egg. This one should be served with a full-body bib, as it’s a wet and sloppy menace to clean clothes everywhere. The bottom of the sandwich was soggy like a french dip, which isn’t a bad thing as long as it’s tasty, which certain bites of this sandwich definitely were; I found the taste was entirely dependent on whether you get some egg in your bite. Without it, I found the sandwich pretty bland, but when you get a bite of egg with the pork it was so much better. I never would have guessed it, but that boiled egg just brings it all together.
They also had a Brit Burger with bacon, tomato and mushroom chutney, and an over easy egg. I wanted to try that instead of the pulled pork, but they were sold out. I’m not sure if this is a regular occurrence, but given that it was before noon I’d assume something out of the ordinary happened that day.
Hopefully when the fall comes Knosh will break out some more English comfort food like Shepherds Pie and Steak pie, but for now if this is the British Invasion part II, I’ll take my Union Jack tee-shirt in size XL please.
Posted on August 29, 2013, in Food Trucks, Restaurant Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
I’ll have The Joint please, light on the slaw!
That Yorkshire Pudding looks fantastic.
It really was. I scraped off most of the slaw and ate it on the side. Haha.
Don’t understand the slaw on the Yorkshire pudding! Slaw is for jacket spuds and salads where I am from! They must be crazy southerner Brits! All sounds good though, will be defo checking them out!