Love of the food truck extends itself to love of the actual food truck. Let me start by saying that Nola’s Creole2Geux resembled Mardi Gras on wheels. The truck is painted in purple, gold, and any other colors that have ever been associated with Mardi Gras. I can hardly describe it. You will have to just see it for yourself. The truck has Nola’s Creole2Geux written in bold letters and colors on the side of it, you won’t be able to miss it. Seeing the actual truck got me excited to indulge in some creole food. The only thing that was missing was some second line music and a Hurricane cocktail.
Nola’s took the 2Geux part of their name very seriously. The ordering process was no frills. There was a menu board that stated the items they were serving. There was not too much to choose from so ordering required no assistance. I got in line. I read the menu. I ordered Sausage & Shrimp Jambalaya with a side of Collard Greens and extra hot sauce. I stepped back. Five minutes later I stepped forward and my order was ready 2Geux.
I ate the collard greens first. Let me just say, oh my! When I ate the first bite of the greens, I was so surprised. I have only eaten greens that tasted slightly bitter. These greens were the perfect blend of sweet and salty. There were little bits of ham in the greens that fulfilled my need to eat meat with everything. The collards were definitely a win in my book. I ate the collard greens as fast as I could because I figured if Nola’s could do collards so good, the jambalaya would be everything I imagined plus more.
The food from Nola’s Creole2Geux tasted like it came out of someone’s kitchen. It completely blows my mind that it was something cooked to order in a food truck. So if you love food trucks and creole food, be sure 2geux2 Nola’s Creole2Geux! Geux see where you can find them at www.nolas2geux.com.