I’d love to argue with the “local, just-cut, organic” aesthetic of a multi-truck company that sticks “food lab” on the end of a little green plant’s name, but it’s tough when they seem to offer good, reasonably priced fare.
I had the ever-popular chickpea fritter from the variety of sandwich options, which evokes perhaps fried chickpeas or an actual fritter but is really just falafel. It was loaded with crisp little carrot and cabbage slices and a hummus-y sort of sauce that despite my cynicism definitely evoked freshness, and the coffee may take some time to make but each cup is individually dripped. The rosemary fries are thin and lovely, but lack a certain something in the way of condiments (offered in the form of ketchup and red pepper flakes). The little brown paper containers they come in are so darned cute and eco-friendly looking but very much no match for the northeastern wind. Keep a weathered eye on the horizon; test it out yourself.