Nosh is a food truck that needs to be in your downtown lunch rotation immediately. Well, as soon as Friday rolls around - because that’s the only day they stop in Westlake Park. Their food is a mix of different things, all of which are very good: think pub-style fish and chips with minted peas, buttermilk-fried confit rabbit, a fish sandwich with homemade tartar sauce and thyme-roasted tomatoes, and the true sleeper hit of this place - a caprese sandwich with prosciutto, basil aioli, and a balsamic glaze. Top your lunch off with a homemade raspberry mint Arnold Palmer for quite possibly the best meal you’ll ever eat from a Seattle food truck.
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