WAUKESHA — A new food truck has risen from the ashes in Waukesha.
Phoenix Mobile Grill, LLC is serving tacos, gyros, quesadillas, breakfast burritos, Korean tacos, horchata and a lot more in the city.
The new truck is parked outdoors Let us Roll Tobacco & Liquor at 210 E. Broadway, Waukesha, upcoming to the Waukesha Put up Business.
Owned by Celena and Alejandro Aguilar from Milwaukee, the truck also delivers a assortment of vegan, glutenfree and keto diet choices. Gluten-free of charge tortillas are out there for burritos and quesadillas. Keto tortillas are available for tacos.
A full menu and available solutions are available to look at online at www.phoenixmobilegrill. com. The Aguilars are organizing on running the truck in Waukesha among 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday via Saturday.
“We have the most great landlords now here at this liquor shop, they are the nicest individuals we’ve ever fulfilled,” Celena reported. “They’re allowing us to park here semi-permanently.”
Celena explained Alejandro labored at a Greek-American cafe for 30 many years and has the practical experience for the business enterprise. She claimed “he is aware of great gyro meat” and has often needed to have his very own put. Celena worked at Aldi’s Warehouse in Oak Creek for 23 a long time.
General, Celena claimed it was just time to commence the small business.
“Our young children are all grown now, my youngest is in the Air Pressure and we no more time have to choose care of minor ones,” she said.
In which does Phoenix come from?
“(The company is) rising out of the ashes, variety of reborn, (a) new life for us,” she said. “Everything’s different, we’re in our 40s and we’re setting up all more than once again. (A) phoenix growing out of a very hot, fiery grill — it worked.”
Celena claimed phoenix themes ended up current in her existence a lot of occasions in 1 day — from Harry Potter, Mulan and even her internet passcode. The idea trapped.
Celena reported the mix of nutritional possibilities is to fulfill the requirements of absolutely everyone.
“I’m wholly allergic to dairy, so whenever we go someplace, unless it’s vegan I cannot have it … I know what it is like to not have what I want and to not have a selection – I really like a wide range,” she claimed. “This screams out a little something for all people.”
Despite the fact that it was only the fourth day operating, Celena mentioned she’s been blown away by the Waukesha local community who have been exceptionally welcoming.
“I consider we picked a excellent place, (the liquor keep) is quite accommodating and practical,” she reported. “We are blessed.”
The small business also has a Facebook page at www.fb. com/phoenixmobilegrill.