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Nut allergy friends REJOICE! Your food truck woes are OVER.
Yesterday my little buddy and I (still on house arrest – kind of sick, but not really, check out my IG for more info on this) were hanging out on the square in downtown Madison when we decided to check out a local food truck, Buzzy’s Lake House via my Instagram feed.
Buzzy’s was parked on the corner of Wisconsin + Mifflin, which was uber convenient since we were at the toy store one block away. Capitol Kids is probably one of my favorite stores for kiddo swag in all of Madison. They have the most unique gifts, and hard to find items, too. But on this particular chill day, we were just playing with choo choos and enjoying the sunshine!
Buzzy’s is AMAZING. As a foodie, this is the BEST food truck food I have EVER had (and my super foodie husband agrees, so you know it’s good.)
The issue we have with many food trucks, and restaurants in general, is that they cannot guarantee that cross contact with nuts does not happen in their kitchens, so we cannot eat there. For example, we cannot eat at Melt, that yummy food truck that ONLY sells delish grilled cheese sandwiches because their bread is made in a bakery that handles nuts. Frown face.
Buzzy’s owner + culinary trained, professional chef, Cyndi, told us the food that she makes (excluding the sweets + cookies) are nut-free. Happy dance! And I trust her 100%.
So what kind of food is it? It’s your favorites, all of them.
- Main Dishes
- Bobber Chicken
- Sunset Chicken
- Dockside Chicken Chili
- Wavey Turkey Meatballs
- Firepit Curry – YOU JUST NEED TO EAT THIS
- Pontoon Pulled Pork Sandwich
- Jasmine Brown Rice
- Smashed Cheddar Baked Potatoes
- Baked Beans
- Side Salads
- Homemade cookies + assorted beverages
I had the featured item, pictured on IG, and that’s what drew me in:
Chicken Chili Bowl over rice with cheddar, sour cream and scallions.
***sorry, no pic, I woofed it down too fast***
IT WAS AMAZING. And FLAVORFUL. And HUGE. If you’re ravenous hungry, come here. If you’re coming along with kids, one main dish could feed two littles. The key here is that Cyndi is a professional chef. Her flavor profiles are spot on with everything she makes (we started visiting this food truck last April after Theater Class on State during Farmers Market – her breakfast is also amaze.) You’re going to get a great meal, no matter what you pick. It’s alllllll good.
So, if you’re downtown walking the farmers market, having a meeting, strolling state street, visiting the capitol, or looking for a really yummy, quick and delish lunch, check out Buzzy’s Lake House. You won’t regret it.
Cheers to the weekend friends! Thanks for stopping by! Lots to write – I hope I have some more time this weekend to still tell you about Dr. Pain’s Pain-free French Toast Recipe! Its so good.