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THE 2014 GRUB STREET FOOD FESTIVAL
Come out to eat Paranthas this Sunday October 5, 2014 from 11am-5pm in the Lower East Side on Hester and Essex Streets!!
CHECK US OUT IN FOOD TRUCK ROAD TRIP: A COOKBOOK
COMING OUT NOVEMBER 2014
Part cookbook, part photography book, and part history book, FOOD TRUCK ROAD TRIP—A COOKBOOK has it all. The chapters cover all the food truck favorites, from soup and sandwiches, to American comfort food, to Latin American, Asian and fusion foods from all corners of the Earth—plus drinks, sides, desserts, and snacks. And every recipe is accompanied by gorgeous photographs taken by the authors, both trained photographers, as well as the history of the food truck, its owner, and the story behind the spectacular food.
September 2014 Review By Preethi Mahadeviah of The Skinny On Manhattan:
“The aroma of chillies and fish frying pretty much compelled me toward this stall. Parantha Alley specializes in stuffed paranthas (also spelled and pronounced as parathas and parottas depending on which part of India whoever is making it is from).
This is essentially two layers of whole wheat Indian bread with a thin layer of either meat, vegetable, fish or cheese. And it’s amazing how many Indian restaurants in NYC ab
DID YOU SEE US IN HARLEM?
As many of you may already know: Parantha Alley was chosen as a finalist in the 2012 Vendy Cup!! This is the first year that the Vendys has included the Market Vendor category and we are both honored and in awe of our selection into this esteemed group.
Excitingly, 4 out of the 5 vendors chosen were from the Smorgasburg family!
Here’s what some have been saying about our Vendy sampler plate:
By Sandra Moy of Veritasty:
“From Chinese, we again visited some Indian cuisine with Parantha Alley. My first encounter with parantha was in London’s Brick Lane when a big group of us visited for lunch. Our parantha was a big doughy griddle-fried bread that was flaky and greasy. The paranthas at Parantha Alley were quite different: smaller, filled with different stuffings, and topped with an assortment of Indian chutneys. They gave us a chicken parantha, potato and pea parantha, and a goat cheese, date, pecan, and honey parantha, which is extremely non-traditional, but was fairly mindblowing because I could actually taste all the ingredients. I especially loved the yogurt sauce and the cilantro mint chutney. Yum!”
By the Planet Chocko Zine
“My favorites out of the bunch included Parantha Alley, Cinnamon Snail, Phil’s Steaks, Okadaman, Uncle Gussy’s, and Imperial Woodpecker SnoBalls! Every vendor brought a slice of the tasty, though! Congratulations to all of the Vendy Award participants as well as to all of the 20,000+ street vendors of NYC!”