To start things off, every visit to Lumpia Lady requires an order of lumpia, which is similar to egg rolls. They are made with spring roll wrappers and stuffed with a protein, shredded carrots, green onions and a blend of Filipino spices. They are then deep-fried and best eaten with a sweet Chile sauce. Then to round out the experience, the popular Filipino noodle dish, pancit is another requirement.
Lumpia Lady charges $10 for an order of pancit and lumpia which is a steal for any meal for what you get; a huge platter of noodles with chicken and then a handful of lumpia.
It filled me up, but not in an incredibly heavy way. Lumpia Lady’s lumpia wasn’t greasy which made for a clean it. It was even better once dipped in the sweet Chile sauce. Then, the pancit was a great dish to pair with the lumpia. The thin savory noodles were flavorful but light and not so distinct.
On top of all that, the lady who runs the food truck is incredibly sweet. Be sure to follow them on Facebook to see where they’ll be parked next.
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