Veronica’s Kitchen Warms the Soul Near Wall Street

Blogged by Margaret Lu

I chose Veronica’s Kitchen from the myriad of food trucks in the surrounding area because of a recommendation from a friend, saying that “Veronica’s is the best.” Following her advice, I walked over and took a look at their extensive menu and tried to decide what I wanted. After asking what chicken dish wasn’t spice, I settled on the chicken curry with yellow rice and squash. To drink, I took a chance on their ginger beer, which was home-made.

The “small” that ordered did indeed looked petite, but their looks were deceiving. The dish filled me up and then some! Huge chunks of chicken with just enough curry sauce were placed over yellow rice, and squash in the corner. The chicken fell of the bone and was a generous portion for a small. The ginger beer had quite a kick to it, and was very potent. I could feel myself soaking up the benefits of this healthy home-made brew!

Overall, it was a very pleasing meal. There portions were generous, prices reasonable, not to mention the chicken was delicious the sides complimented the dish perfectly. However, the only gripe I have is that there was a quite a wait just to order (although the actually food itself didn’t take long to receive) but there were so many people in line! I guess this is a testament to Veronica’s Kitchen’s quality and a result of their loyal customers.

Veronica’s Kitchen

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