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Slow Food Truck

12401 Stirling Rd.
Cooper City, FL 33330
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Alex Broadwell


  • $
  • Lunch
  • Street Parking
  • Reservations Not Accepted
Slow food is the new fast food. And thanks to Oren Bass and Zachary Schwartz, you can even buy it off a truck. The Johnson & Wales University-trained culinary duo are all about fresh, local, healthy ingredients. From their warm Florida lobster roll to their slow roasted pulled pork sammy, they've got plenty of tasty options. They also do lots of catering and private parties, too, if you're jonesing to have them all to yourself. The truck moves around Broward County and beyond, but if you follow them via social media you'll always know where to find their seasonal goodies.

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