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Richard Johnson

When Is A Truck NOT A Truck?

ClusterTruck—Liberate Your Appetite.

From our kitchen to your curb, here's an inside look at how your ClusterTruck order gets to you. Who's hungry? http://bit.ly/orderClusterTruck

Posted by ClusterTruck on Friday, 11 November 2016

Seriously. ClusterTruck, who have a truck as their logo, are actually a delivery-only restaurant serving downtown Kansas City. After customers order online, the food is made to order and delivered in an average of 21 minutes. No truck. Not anywhere. But is it really THAT bad? We’ve already got street food restaurants (love Pho) and street food halls (love Gotham) so the lines are already blurred. Are ClusterTruck really so different? And with Deliveroo and Uber Eats now creating their own “street food” brands to sell direct to a hungry public, we better get used to the idea. But thank goodness for the new bloods, competing all summer at the British, European and USA Street Food Awards. And discovering the new talent.