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Here is some lingo for all of you:
taxi on the fry = one fry and one onion ring
pc = paper cup of coffee
pcns = paper cup of cooffee with milk, no sugar
pc black ns = paper cup of coffee no milk, no sugar
gorrilla = grilled cheese
Gorilla Cheese NYC (A Mobile Food Truck)
Gorilla Cheese NYC (gcnyc1) is joining the NYC food truck revolution, taking comfort food and home cooking to a new level…
Keep an eye out for us on the streets of NYC in the coming weeks and stop and say hi.
We use fresh local breads, tasty diverse cheeses......the finest of everything - always made with lots of love.
Relive the after-school grilled cheese your mom used to make with our “GCNYC1 CLASSIC” (American on buttery white bread).
Push the culinary envelope and try our “BROOKLYN SPECIAL” (Fresh Asiago w/Prosciutto de Parma on inside out Panini w/ aioli).
Uptown “gorilla” Cheese Sandwiches
on August 24, 2005
To this day we still refer to grilled cheese sandwiches as “gorilla” cheese - a name our son, Jesse, gave his favourite restaurant order when he was a toddler! Half the fun, of course, was seeing the waitress’ reaction! This “uptown” version has become a regular for us on Sunday nights.
417 River Rd
Clifton, NJ 07014
San Francisco, CA
What to order: Grilled cheese sammich
How to order—“Gimme the...”
Village Voice (New York, NY)—Fork in the Road
Gorilla Cheese’s James Klayman Defends His $8.75 Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
By Rebecca Marx, Mon., Jun. 6 2011 at 12:54 PM
When it took to the streets last month, Gorilla Cheese was the first of a trinity of fancy grilled-cheese trucks scheduled to debut this summer. Office workers and bloggers duly expressed excitement over the promise of roving melted dairy, tater tots, mac ‘n’ cheese, and a slew of dipping sauces. Until, that is, they were hit with an acute case of sticker shock.
New York City • Food/Drink • (0) Comments • Wednesday, June 08, 2011 • Permalink