Our family of food carts offer an array of fresh ethnic dishes every day in an intimate courtyard garden on Washington Street between First and Ashley.
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El Manantial, which means "the spring or oasis," is a new Mexican food cart joining Mark's Carts for the 2013 season. At our cart, we will stay true to my family recipes and authentic preparation methods. I am proud to offer you the food of my family. Local farmers and gardeners will provide the fresh products that I need for my recipes, which include some traditionally prepared offerings as well as seasonal fare to highlight the local harvest.
"Hut-K" means "non-mainstream," and "chaats" are savory, flavorful Indian street food. It's the brainchild of Dr. Swaroop Bhojani, a cancer researcher, and Sumi Bhojani, a teacher. They believe that nutritious food can also taste great. Their healthy sauces are based around raw foods like spinach, cilantro, mint, dates, mangoes and lime. They've replaced sugar with dried fruits, and traditionally fried foods are often baked. It's a culinary experience of flavors, nutrition, and healing by food.
Ji Hye Kim and Kristen Hogue Jackson take their fond memories of home cooking and Asian street market treats to the streets of Ann Arbor, dishing up some really great Asian street food with the freshest ingredients. These creators of San Street (pronounced 'sahn'), hail from the Ann Arbor culinary institute, Zingerman's Community of Businesses, as they aspire to turn their food cart into the next Zingerman's restaurant.
Spanish Culinary Enjoyment. Our recipe: Authentic Spanish Tapas and Paellas, based on the very best, fresh, quality ingredients, loving preparation and traditional recipes at affordable prices.