Meals Coma, a meals truck in Harlingen, is bringing the style of California to the Valley.
The thought happened in 2016 when Cheryl Knight began cooking for mates, household, and associates, and determined to promote plates when she had days off from her job.
“Once I grew up in California we had meals vehicles and I might eat there on a regular basis so a whole lot of the meals that we loved in California isn’t right here within the Valley,” Cheryl stated. “So I wished to convey one thing totally different to the Valley”
Thus, Meals Coma was born. They bring about a style of California to the RGV, together with a California burrito.
The burritos include French fries.
“It is French fries, west coast factor,” Cheryl stated. “French fries go within the burritos.”
And their fish tacos cannot be beat.
“We calmly batter our tilapia, we deep fry it on a corn tortilla with cabbage, cilantro, we make our personal home sauce,” Knight stated. “We do a sriracha aioli and we do a white sauce and we do an avocado sauce, however they’re all made day-after-day.”
Meals Coma is household owned and operated.
“My mother helps me, my daughter is right here serving to me, my different daughter helps on her days off, and my husband he helps me preserve my car,” Knight stated. “My son and daughter in legislation they assist me as nicely.”
They actually have a burger with a California twist, and zucchini fires.
You could find Meals Coma on Dixieland Street within the car parking zone of Conn’s HomePlus.
They’re Valley Made, and Native Robust.