Dave believes a quesadilla is a food without borders. Here, it becomes something similar to what a taco or burrito has commonly become: fusing this Mexican dish with various worldly cuisines. The result? At least eight tantalizing options that you'll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else.
Oh, and Dave has a myriad of hot sauces. A couple in particular actually look scary. Crazy Mother Pucker's Liquid Lava has chile extract. Woohoo!
(Second day of business; 10/20/12)
Looks like "The Little Bit o' Soul" was the choice today. Bulgogi beef, kimchi, garden-fresh vegetables, a "special cheese blend," pickled peppers, and homemade Korean style BBQ sauce. It's $6.50 for a "grande" and $4 for a half-size. Grande it is!
|"Little Bit o' Soul"|
|Inside the quesadilla|
Other quesadillas I'm interested in include the "Kingston" (using Jamaican jerk chicken and pico de gallo) and the "Columbian River Express" (using smoked salmon and avocado lemon cream). The "Wild Boar" has been popular, and the "Gaucho" utilizes some killer smoked beef short ribs.
A decent first experience. I'm definitely coming back at some point. After all, it's only fair to give these new carts another shot. 6.5/10