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In a mobile food scene offering a surfeit of burgers, tacos, and French fries, the fresh, pan-Asian-leaning Miso Hungry is a welcome addition. The cheerful, bright blue truck's offerings stand out, in part, thanks to its chefs' serious cooking background. Co-owners David Pastrana and Kimberly Killmer met in culinary school and remained in touch while Killmer went to cook at fine dining establishments such as Escopazzo and Indomania, and Pastrana trained under Asian chefs at the Fontainebleau hotel. Miso Hungry's best selling point, perhaps, is that the menu offers something for everyone, so the whole family can wait together in one line, which steadily grows each time the truck parks at one of the city's crowded street food courts. For adventurous omnivores, there's a selection of four signature combination boxes. These include a bright, spicy entreée from somewhere in the Eastern Hemisphere, such as rendang beef or sambal chicken, served with fried rice and sautéed vegetables ($8). For the animal-eschewing, there is a completely vegan box selection, offering dishes such as stir-fried tofu and vegetables in a sweet soy sauce. Seasonality and supply dictate weekly changing specials, which usually include a crisp, un-greasy spring roll of the day ($4 for two). And, yes, because this is a Miami food truck, there is a burger ($7). Still, it's the only one in the scene made entirely of ground pork, marinated in Asian spices, and served on crusty bread with cilantro mayo and crisp fried onions.
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