Choose Between Two Options
- C$75 for a catered mac-and-cheese lunch for up to 5 people (C$125 value)
- C$199 for a catered mac-and-cheese lunch for up to 15 people (C$375 value)
Each catered lunch includes:
- Mac and cheese base with choice of toppings:
- Thai mac n’ cheese: pulled chicken, bean sprouts, pickled Thai chilis, lime, and cilantro
- Greek mac n’ cheese: feta, kalamata olives, tomatoes, red onion
- Mexican mac n’ cheese: pico de gallo, cilantro, queso fresco, pickled jalapeños
- Polish mac n’ cheese: kielbasa, sour cream, and chives
- Kale salad or mixed greens
- Non-alcoholic beverage
Sporting a red-and-white checkered pattern that's hard to miss, Fidel Gastro's food truck, Priscilla, has become one of Toronto's most recognizable—and popular—spots to grab food. The truck's menu specializes in sandwiches and finger-friendly sides, including addictive pad thai fries.
President and creator Matt Basile founded the company in 2011 as a roving pop-up, doling out street eats all around the city in underground markets. They grew to become ranked as Canada's #1 food truck via Canadian Living's rankings and Now Magazine's rankings. He parlayed the success of that endeavor into the company's brick-and-mortar restaurant Lisa Marie in Queen West, where they've been rocking the street-food and brunch game hard for 3 years, and since has been featured on shows like "You Gotta Eat Here", the CBC's "Chef in the City", as well as featured in spots on ETalk Canada. Indeed, Matt's been a busy guy in recent years while building the Fidel Gastro's brand. Here are a few more roles he's landed during that time:
- TV Host: Matt hosted the Travel+Escape network show Rebel Without a Kitchen, which has made viewers try to lick their TV screens all around the globe.
- TV Guest: He's also made appearances in the CBC documentary Chef in the City and the Food Network's Eat Street.
- Author: Matt and his partner, Kyla, released their first cookbook—aptly named Street Food Diaries— in October 2014.
- Internet Personality: Matt and Kyla recently launched their own YouTube kitchen studio.
- Philosopher: According to the company's website, Fidel Gastro's philosophy is simple: "You have to be different to be memorable."