Mark 26! Snout & Co. Joins the Wagon Round Up!

Mark it! If it’s got four wheels, then we got it. Brand new and faced with some serious competition on the streets of Seattle, Snout & Co. delivers. Decked out in red and black, this A-team inspired kitchen brings it’s macho “curb appeal” to the street with to satisfy your taste buds and your hunger. Track them down, you’ll find Owner and Chef, Lee Scott behind the grill of Snout & Co with a loads of options inspired by his Cuban grandmother to offer Seattle a taste of Cuba by saying

Owner & Chef, Lee Scott Says “Growing up with a Cuban grandmother has always given me a sense of pride. Cubans love their community and share their food with smiles”.

We are proud to have this new trucks featured at the Mobile Food Rodeo. Here is just a few ideas to sample at the Mobile Food Rodeo. We got the chance to try them out at last weekend’s THE DUDE FEST at the Fremont Outdoor Movies and sampled a few of their dishes.

CUBAN BOWL     $7.50

Mojo – (garlic and citrus marinade) pork over black beans and rice with plantains and smoked tomatillo-coconut sauce

PICADILLO (CUBAN STYLE HASH)     $6.50

Ground beef with chopped tomatoes, green olives, bell peppers, raisins and spices, served over white rice with plantains

CUBAN SANDWICH     $7.00

Pressed sandwich with mojo pork, sliced ham, mustard, pickles and cheese

BBQ PORK SANDWICH (SOUTH CAROLINA STYLE)     $6.00

Goodness comes with time and cracked coriander-apple slaw
Served with your choice of finishing sauces:
Ancho-Ginger or Habanero Honey

PLANTAINS WITH SMOKED 
TOMATILLO-COCONUT SAUCE      $3.00

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