How does a lobster roll fare as a “naanwich”? Matt Maroni built a business around finding the answer to this question, employing housemade, Indian-inspired bread as the vehicle for his creations, most notably to be sold from the truck that garnered a river of media ink. The naanwiches themselves—particularly the wild boar with olives and pickled onions—are solid and filling, but Maroni has become known more for his role as a consultant and booster of the local food-truck scene, meaning you're likely to see him anywhere there's a mobile-food happening.
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|Price:||Average item: $8|
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