Momo Gastrotruck has arrived in Charleston with a mission to provide Charleston with the best dang restaurant experience possible - without the restaurant. Call it farm to street. Cause they do, at least. And it sums up MOMO pretty succinctly. Owned and operated by a chef who also happens to be an ex-marine, it's a truck whose commitment to quality is downright scary; ready and willing to do things the hard way, since hard generally leads to correct. Local ingredients make up everything on the menu, making the most of South Carolina's thriving resources to deliver a meal that celebrates the same community that it feeds. Elevated comforts like oyster po'boy, bison hot dog, and shrimp & grits populate the menu's main attractions, with organic salads and delectable starters accompanying them. Oh, and cookies plus nitrogen milkshakes that retain full flavor as they melt bookending the whole shebang. Yeah ambition isn't lacking here. And neither is taste. So track down Gastrotruck next time they make the rounds. They've got a mission you're gonna wanna accept. And accept. And just keep accepting, really.
* Oyster Po'Boy - adluh-cornmeal dusted and finished with deviled egg spread, shaved lettuce & salsa verde
* Chicken Skin Cracklins, prepped with smoked maple butter & hot pepper vinegar
* Fish n Chips: fried catfish topped with chow chow tartar & drizzled in peach malt vin