“The “Green Machine” is always a welcome sight on the streets,” the network wrote. “Serving roti parathas padded with Caribbean-, Asian- and Indian-inspired fillings made from locally grown ingredients.” The article went on to highlight some of the truck’s most popular dishes – “the Funky Farmer with coconut-green-curried local vegetables, the Thurman Murman with braised local short rib and Creole mac ‘n’ cheese, and the Shrimpin’ Ain’t Easy, featuring pickled local shrimp and butter bean chow-chow.”
You can see the Food Network’s full food truck list here.
Roti Rolls has been voted the city’s best food truck in the Charleston City Paper’s “Best of Charleston” awards since 2010. You can learn more about it here.
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