Feeling hungry? Rancho Luna food truck is serving up Cuban-American fusion food, with sandwiches, burgers, and bowls that are sure to fill you up!
Their menu ranges from burgers to sandwiches to mac and rice bowls. They also have Cuban desserts and snacks like guava pastries, empanadas, and tres leches cakes!
The food truck is owned by a very friendly couple, and you can spot their iconic red 1985 Ford truck on Sundays at 4th Ave Food Park, every other Wednesday at the VA Hospital, and Thursday nights in front of North Florida Hospital!
After you order your food, they will text you once your order is ready, which was convenient so you don’t have to stand around waiting.
Service was quick as the order was ready in about 10 minutes.
The weather was brisk, but thankfully it was still warm enough to eat outside in the sunshine!
The Cuban Cowboy sandwich ($12.50) was giant! It consisted of cuban bread stuffed with lots of sliced sirloin steak, grilled onions, and was covered in melted cheese and skinny matchstick fries. It also came with waffle fries, so it is a lot of food for the price!
The sandwich was tasty and it got a bit heavy with the creamy sauce and all the cheese, so I was grateful that they had small packets of Cholula hot sauce to give it a kick!
The waffle fries were seasoned well.
My friend had the Luna Bowl, $10 which is one of their vegan options. The rice bowl came with beans, tostones, grilled veggies, and plant based protein, which tasted a bit like tofu but chewier. If you like a tangy flavor, they put some sauce on their so it is flavorful and filling! The tostones, which are fried plantains, added the perfect crunch to the meal.
The Guava Pastry ($2) was tasty with a decent amount of filling, but it was more on the crunchy side than soft side. I still enjoyed the flakiness but it would have been perfect if heated a bit!
Overall, I’m excited to have another option for Cuban fusion food and will be back to try their Cuban sandwich!
Location: 4th Avenue Food Park