John BirdsallCurry Up Now has been parking at Bush and Sansome for two years now.Yesterday's food feature in the Weekly described the escalating battle between downtown restaurants and food trucks parking on FiDi streets, which began after San Francisco introduced new -- and apparently flawed -- ... More >>
If your main source of income is foot traffic, then a cold, wet winter weather can do more than just dampen your spirits -- it can dampen your sales considerably.
When food trucks, especially new ones, face their first winter, the three-month hurdle can be daunting. Off the Grid, where many trucks ... More >>
John BirdsallBeginning April 19, expect Curry Up Now to make daily S.F. appearances.Wednesday's FiDi christening of Curry Up Now's San Francisco Indian taco truck was intentionally on the DL, meant primarily for the truck's Facebook fans. Owner Akash Kapoor said he's still not totally ready f ... More >>
John BirdsallThe S.F. truck parked at Bush and Sansome today.Indian taco truck Curry Up Now took its maiden voyage into San Francisco today, slinging deconstructed samosas and kathi rolls in the Financial District. Blasting a soundtrack that included Bhangra and Wham!, the truck attracted a l ... More >>
Luis ChongCurry Up Now's S.F. debut has been pushed back slightly.Peninsula-based Indian taco truck biz Curry Up Now had hoped to roll into San Francisco this week, but owner Akash Kapoor is now hoping to debut here during the first week of January. "We're about a week, 10 days delayed," Kapo ... More >>
cfarivar/californiatacotrucks.com/blogGet ready for biryani burritos, San Francisco.With any luck, it'll be a particularly spicy New Year for San Franciscans who love street food. Peninsula Indian taco truck Curry Up Now is hoping to begin selling in S.F. by the third week of December, compan ... More >>
CaliforniaTacoTrucks.comCurry Up Now: Poaching from established merchants?In September, the Peninsula city of Burlingame got a spicy taste of taco-truck Indian food via Curry Up Now. But according to a story in the San Mateo County Times, the truck is leaving a bitter taste in the mouths of s ... More >>