The first time we met Gina and Roberto was when their truck was just getting started and they’d set up at the Michelin baseball field. We took a short drive from Simpsonville to have lunch with them and we were delighted with the food they were serving. Fast forward about seven years and now their restaurant serves a wonderful array of tacos, burritos and plates that are unlike anything else in town. No wonder; Gina’s family is Japanese, Roberto is from Nicaragua. Together they make for a delicious combination of intriguing styles and cultures.
We love these two and we’ve probably spent most of our lunch money with them.
On a recent Sunday afternoon they spent the day at Tin Roof Farm and harvested eggs, hung out with the bees, and Roberto got to pet our big Naragansett turkey, Tom.
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