Another suggestion from a reader: check out the Moo Shu Grill truck. I’ve never actually had moo shu anything – and when I just went to check the Wiki for moo shu to verify this, I just became even more confused by what it is and what it was inspired by. So I’m not going to even touch all of that or talk about whether or not this is moo shu. Y’all who’ve eaten moo shu in the past can tell me what’s what.
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As we reported earlier in the month, Moo Shu Grill has replaced the Fishing Shrimp truck. The new truck has been in Midtown every day this week, giving ML’ers plenty of opportunities to try them out. I stopped by earlier in the week hoping to try the Peking duck moo shu that they had tweeted about.
We may not be on the street anymore but it aint the last you heard from fishingshrimp! In the meantime check out our new truck @mooshugrill
— Fishing Shrimp (@FishingShrimp) July 29, 2013
We haven’t seen the Fishing Shrimp truck around in Midtown for a while and now we get word from Twitter that they have called it quits due to raising seafood costs. But they will still be available for catering and pop-up possibilities. The company (which also runs the Bian Dang and Domo Taco trucks) quietly launched a new food truck this week and it’s called Moo Shu Grill, serving lo mein and moo shu wraps. They tweeted that they’ll be coming to Midtown today for the first time, parking on 38th and Broadway. If anybody tries them out, please leave feedback in the comments.