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Verts: The tiniest (food) truck in Texas delivers a to-die-for Döner Kebap

Verts: The tiniest (food) truck in Texas delivers a to-die-for Döner Kebap

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Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the King of the Fourth Meal, the Snacker’s Sweetheart, the father of my favorite food baby: The Döner Kebap.

No one needs to hear me wax (food) pornographic, Bourdain-style, on the virtues of the wunder food. Instead, I’ll tell you where to find the best in town. When it comes to Berlin-inspired kebap, Verts is the real deal.

Verts' signature kebap recipe was designed by a gourmet chef and features a beef and lamb option (90% beef, 10% lamb mix), a chicken shaved meat (100% halal) and a vegetarian version for good measure. The menu also includes, wraps, sides and even breakfast for early birds.

And if the food isn’t enough of an incentive, there is another draw — Verts is the world’s tiniest food truck. If your mind isn’t blown by the fresh-baked bread, homemade sauces and fresh ingredients, it will be when you try to figure out how a refrigerator, sink and food warmer fit into the Smart Car and still leave room for a driver.

Now with a mini-fleet of four vehicles, and a schedule spanning lunch to late-night, Verts’ expansion beyond the campus-area restaurant location is winning news for all.

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Track the trucks down online at vertskebap.com or on Twitter @vertskebap.