The Deli Truck is delighted to be taking part in a special lunch time opportunity at the fabulous Old Fire Station in Tonbridge on Sunday the 8th of November. The wonderful old Victorian era Fire Station, with its iconic two door ground floor entrance has been converted into a fabulous new, exciting and much needed event space for the people of Tonbridge. Already the downstairs “garage area” of the venue has hosted award winning chefs, art exhibitions, commercial launches, PR events and wine tasting evenings.
The Deli Truck will be producing a special “Memories of the Deep South” menu for this very exciting gourmet food truck event. Our menu will highlight some of our most successful Texas and Louisiana style food including our –
New Orleans style Cajun Spicy Fish served with a jalapeño mayo with a side of home made lime-chipotle coleslaw.
Our famous 8 hour smoked Pulled Pork – intense flavour after hours of smoking over oak wood from the Hendon Manor estate in Kent. Served with our spicy home made BBQ sauce and a side of our home made lime-chipotle coleslaw. See the authentic way we smoke this by clicking here
Our Monster Burger – This burger is well known throughout Kent and it has its own followers who’ll travel miles to eat it. We grind our own beef from Top rump, Brisket and skirt, we add absolutely nothing and form it into a large 8 oz patty. Hits the grill and is topped with two different cheeses and two rashers of bacon, with our home made burger sauce (mayo based) and salad. This is for hungry people only. See how we make our classic burger by clicking here.
Our legendary Chocolate Pecan Brownies These are made by us a Deli Truck headquarters and served served with an Ameretto cream. For those who may be allergic to nuts we will also be producing our equally rich chocolaty brownies with out the nuts.
You will be able to eat indoors if you wish, so bring your appetites and we really look forward to serving you some of the best Southern Food in Kent.
Note: Some roads around the Fire station will be closed on Sunday the 8th for the memorial Day dedication. The car park right beside the fire station will be open as normal.