Mei Mei Street Kitchen

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Details
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 396-7321
Food Truck
$
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–4:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Excellent locavore street food...try their kale salad and the "double awesome"-is a scallion-pancake panini, with two poached-then-fried eggs, Vermont cheddar, and pesto
  • The Double Awesome. Don't think about it - just order it, put it in your mouth, and enjoy how awesome food can be.
  • Hot carrot soup on a super cold day hit the spot and their scallion pancake sandwiches were just amazing
  • Kale salad is fresh and tasty...love the egg
  • Sibling owners Andy, Irene and Mei will take great care of you. Menu changes frequently with what is in season and uses all locally sourced ingredients. Food is always delicious and quick!!
  • Menu changes frequently but everything is always good here. Faster than most trucks and wonderfully friendly service.
  • Obviously get the Double Awesome, but don't forget to sauce up by the tip jars literally any of them are fantastic!
  • The pancake sandwiches are incredible.
  • We ordered a bunch of stuff - the menu is great - modern and tasty! Try the scallion pancakes
  • Not much food for the price you pay. More of a snack than a lunch.
  • Check out Mei Mei Truck as it was featured on Eat Street for home of the Double Awesome crispy poached egg sandwich
  • Double awesome! A perfect name for a truly wonderful dish.
  • The Double Awesome lives up to its name!! Be sure to get some soy alioli to dip it in.
  • Double awesome! Scallion pancake sandwich with poached egg. Insane good. Add sriracha.
  • Double awesome is too messy.
  • Sells out quick. If u want to try... get in line right away
  • The double awesome with ham is unreal. One of my favorite food trucks ever.
  • Their 'Double Awesome' is pretty awesome! Try it, you won't regret it.
  • DOUBLE AWESOME
  • (Best of Boston 2013-FOOD TRUCK) Improper Bostonian says, "This truck is powered by joy. Although Mei Mei's seasonal menu rotates, it's consistently packed with exclamation points."

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