$10 for a German Meal for Two with Entrees, Chips, and Drinks at Verts Kebap (Up to $20 Value)

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World's smallest food trucks mimic famed German street sandwiches with Texas-raised meat, fresh-cut veggies, local bread & house-made sauce

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Expires Sep 12th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only at VERTS Mobile Food Truck locations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Food trucks deliver meals on wheels, like a roller-skating server at a drive-in or a paperboy with a potato gun. Drive off hunger with this Groupon.

$10 for German Meal for Two (Up to a $20 Value)

  • Two entrees
  • Two bags of chips
  • Two drinks

The food truck's three entrees are variations on the classic Döner Kebap sandwich, with its signature base of beef, lamb, and chicken snuggled into stone-baked bread, a wrap, or a salad. Vegetarian versions are also available.

Verts Kebap

“We hold the record for world’s smallest food truck,” Verts Kebap owner Michael declares in a prominent German accent. “They are Smart cars, all three of them. They took a year to develop.” German engineers spent those 12 months retrofitting sinks, refrigeration units, and food warmers into the backs of cars each roughly the size of two stacked bathtubs. But the record-setting vehicles—which each hold 50 sandwiches or one competitive eater who just ate 50 sandwiches—have a greater function. “They are for learning about the city, and teaching the city about our food. That’s how we hope to bring our food to the U.S.”

Verts is a casual-dining concept built around the döner kebap sandwich, which over the last 40 years has became the most popular fast food in Germany. “It doesn’t exist in the U.S.,” Michael explains. “We are wanting to share that.” While pursuing their MBAs, Verts founders Michael and Dominik craved the street food from their native country, inspiring their business concept. Their tasty pita-stuffed sandwiches employ Texas-raised meat, locally made bread, and house-made sauces––all the same composition as those found in Germany. That’s not to mention Turkish-style seasonings of pepper spices, basil, cayenne, and paprika.

The mobile food trucks, while conceptually innovative, are meant to bring people into their stubbornly immobile restaurants. They believe this is their true calling. “We get many people coming from Germany. People who have been in the military or traveled across Europe. Students. They are all happy to have those tastes again. And we are pleased to bring them."

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