You need to come to other areas, like The Linthicum area, in front of Hoyt's movies a lot of businesses around there. You would do well.
More predetermined listed locations. Can not access computer when leave the house
Pleasant server and friendly.
We made the mistake of not checking their Facebook page before trying to find them using the site on their website, and they were not at their regularly scheduled location which resulted in my husband wasting $8 on parking and me having to work late to cover for a longer-than-expected lunch. It would be nice if they would update their main website along with Facebook (which I can't access from work) and Twitter.
Woman taking orders was very nice and friendly.
I was sad the location moved from the University of Maryland, it took us a while to walk to the truck and I wish people who purchased groupons would know that tax is not included but otherwise it was good food and very friendly people.
My food was great but the tomato soup was a bit too sweet. Will definitely be back for another sandwich.
Glad that I bought the groupon and have a new lunch option.
Excellent job with the sandwich, though there was almost too much pulled pork, even given the huge sliced of Texas toast. Having so much food that you might have to put some of it aside, though? That's not a bad problem to have. The tomato basil soup was not good, though. Maybe it's the season, but it tasted strongly of tomato paste, sugar and dry basil. Ketchup, basically.
From Our Editors
The Wheyich Food Truck delivers its grilled cheese sandwiches and creamy tomato soup to downtown Baltimore, switching up its parking spot five times during the workweek. Through a white-trimmed window, customers place orders for toasted cheese sandwiches topped with artisanal ingredients such as creamy spinach, crab meat, and roasted pulled pork. Each sandwich is given a female name to simplify the ordering process and honor the pirate ships that inspired them.
Wheyich Food Truck