CUSTOM FOOD TRUCKS
Food Trucks today are fast becoming a global industry, well-represented in cities and towns throughout the U.S. and around the world.
NMK’s custom Food Trucks range in size from 14’ to 18’ interior length and are each uniquely outfitted to fit your brand with comparable standards of a restaurant kitchen. Whether your goal is street food vending or gourmet catering, your menu options and creativity are virtually unlimited.
DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS:
Length – Interior Kitchen: 14’ to 18’
Length – Exterior Truck: 26’ to 30’
Width – Interior: 86” to 93”
Width – Exterior: 96” approx.
Height: Interior Ceiling: 6’-8” to 7’
Height: Ground to roof: 11’ to 11” 8”
Fuel Options: gasoline, diesel
Cooking fuel options: propane, electric
Generator Options: many sizes, propane, gasoline, diesel
GVWR: 18,000 – 26,000
NMK CUSTOM FOOD TRUCK PROJECTS
Bon Appetit Management Company, Hillsboro, Oregon
Bon Appetit is an on-site restaurant company offering full food service management to corporations, universities and museums in 32 states. BAMCO originally hired NMK to design and build a full service catering truck to do both street vending and catering in Seattle. The Food Truck was later moved to the Intel Campus in Hillsboro, where it now performs the same function for Intel’s employees.
Now Make Me A Sandwich, Seattle, Washington
This Seattle food business wanted a truck that could move easily between locations and turn out great-tasting hot sandwiches. Our custom food truck design and build out gave owner Ryan O’Toole and his three-person crew just the right Food Truck he needed to serve crowds and long lines throughout downtown Seattle in changing locations. Visit www.nowmakemeasandwich.com online.
Napkin Friends, Seattle, Washington
Napkin Friends owner Jonny Silverberg approached NMK for a Food Truck design to bring his innovative menu, featuring latke press sandwiches, to the streets of Seattle and to catered events. The result was a smart and simple ‘Hoodless Food Truck’ with a totally unique menu that was wisely designed to make use of a commissary kitchen for major food prep work. Visit www.napkinfriends.com to learn more about Seattle’s first Jewish Food Truck.