Street food itself isn’t new to France. At outdoor markets like this one, there is often a truck selling snacks like pizza, crepes or spicy Moroccan merguez sausages, cooked on griddles and stuffed into baguettes.
But the idea of street food made by chefs, using restaurant-grade ingredients, technique and technology, is very new indeed.
— Food Trucks in Paris? U.S. Cuisine Finds Open Minds, and Mouths, The New York Times.
Il y a peu de chose que j’aime autant que bouffer dans la rue. (Mais je n’ai croisé aucun de ces camions.) [via]