Do not let the summer heat keep you hungry and bored! These two trailers share a great indoor eating and lounging area - yes, with air conditioning. It is two delicious food trailers (Flying Carpet and Regal Ravioli), but with the comforts of home and a fun gang of friends. If you have not had Moroccan food before (a little similar to Middle Eastern or Greek foods), this is a great way to experience it. Alternatively, you can indulge in the made-from-scratch raviolis with a variety of fresh fillings and sauces. Either way, your tongue will do the happy dance. Also remember to BYOB with plenty of your favorite beer, wine, or cocktails (blueberry moonshine, anyone?).
A bit about Regal Ravioli from their website:
Regal Ravioli opened its windows in August of 2011 to provide handmade stuffed pasta and fresh potato gnocchi for sale to the people of Austin. Drawing upon our food service expertise, culinary knowledge and Austin's fantastic local farm market system, Regal Ravioli provides its customers with the best possible food, served quickly and with the greatest possible attention to details. Regal Ravioli makes its products from scratch using local, organic and responsibly cultivated ingredients whenever possible.
A little bit about The Flying Carpet from their website:
A passion for flavorful food and family inspired the genesis of The Flying Carpet. Owners Maria & Abderrahim Souktouri merged their love of Moroccan food, a desire to eat quality fare economically, and Austin’s street food scene to open a food trailer such as they had encountered in their travels to Morocco. The food served at The Flying Carpet is all natural. That means premium everything; from organic vegetables, to vegetarian-fed chemical/hormone-free eggs and meat. The Flying Carpet’s motto is ‘food translates’, because Maria & Abderrahim believe that sitting down to a meal with friends and family is one of the most important things we do in life. Food is a language we all speak. “We are neither chefs nor restaurateurs, we are just people who live to serve, eat and make food for the ones we love. We hope to see you at the trailer; it is much like our home: loud, warm and full of love!”