Reported here by Glen Warchol are the unusual (some might say down right infuriating) problems affecting the Chow Truck – one of the better recent additions to SLC’s dining scene. Despite the Chow Truck originally seeking to setup shop on privately owned land, to appease local rules and regulations; there still appears to be challenges ahead for the fledgling outfit.
Our own review of the Chow Truck back in April this year only had great things to say. It would be a crying shame to see such a unique local gem lost, to what seems to be ostensibly red tape.
Chow Haute Asian Cuisine
Various locations, check their site and twitter for up to the minute locations
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