About Spice Boys Kitchen
People of the world! Spice up your life! On the Spice Boys truck, Steven Schmitt and Carl Kolber are doing just that, serving modern Israeli food to the eager mouths of Sarasota, FL. And with a menu that rotates between 3-6 dishes, it’s safe to say a lot of repeat visits will be in order. Bring friends and chow down (if you wanna be an eater, you gotta go with your friends).
Regardless of what’s on the menu, it’s safe to say you’re gonna want to run the gamut across the whole thing. How many hummuses (hummi?) do they have on at the moment? Whether it’s spicy corn, pepperoncini, or even avocado, you’ll want to dip some of their house pita in it. Feeling meaty? The 24 hour oxtail flatbread certainly won’t let you down, topped with buttermilk, harissa, pine nuts, and pickled red onion. And fear not, dessert is also on the table in the form of a corn cookie: and duh, it comes with a glass of milk. You’re obviously drooling already, so spice up your life by booking Spice Boys for your next event.
Sabich — An Israeli specialty as delicious as it is hard to find done well. Eggplant, crispy potato, egg, tahini, schug, and amba (a pickled mango sauce) all tucked into pillowy pita.