Those who travel abroad learn countless secrets, including the fact that the British call french fries “chips” and call chips “potato nasties.” Taste the fruits of other cultures with this Groupon.
$14 for a Multi-Use Punch Card for $28 Worth of International Cuisine
The food truck’s menu spans the globe in taco form, starting with the Osaka Jo japanese taco’s shoyu- and ginger-marinated pork, cabbage, and bean sprouts ($6.50). Cajun-spiced shrimp, grilled onions, and peppers simmer with vegetables on the Mardi Gras Cajun shrimp taco ($6.50), while spicy short ribs tango with grilled peppers and spicy korean apple-and-pear sauce in the Seoul Food korean taco ($6.50). Any taco can be paired with an order of moroccan pommes frites, potatos fried and coated in North African spices ($4).
Shogunai Tacos's oversized kitchen-on-wheels cruises around Honolulu to quell hunger pains with its eclectic array of globally-inspired tacos. Chef Kamal Jemmari whisks his customers around the world with his panoply of dishes, all served in the form of tacos. Melted cheddar cheese with pastrami and Japanese-inspired ginger- and shoyu-marinated pork create unique taco hybrids, and tender lamb, kalamata olives, and feta cheese soak in tzatziki sauce on the Greek taco. The chef's internationally infused take on the Mexican staple has attracted media attention, with favorable reviews from KTV4 and articles on the owners' love of Japanese cuisine. Jemmari ramps up his production with the catering menu, eschewing tortillas altogether in favor of expansive, multi-course Moroccan dinners.