I was pretty pumped when we walked up and saw the Zombie Truck. With food names like Undead Fries and Zombie Bites I had really high hopes for the food. To be fair, I think my idea of zombie food would in actuality be pretty unedible, but to be honest, I don’t think the theme really translated to the food. I was expecting a destructed presentation and vivid reds and greens.
I ordered a Chicken Meltie, which is a delicious spicy quesadilla that’s made with green chilies, corn relish, cheddar, and chicken cooked in beer. This was definitely my favorite food. The spice gives your mouth a sense of urgency which totally works with the zombie apocalypse theme. I also ordered the Zombie Bites and my roommate, Carrie, ordered the Undead Fries…so naturally we shared.
The Zombie Bites were good, but they are basically a freshly made pizza roll. I would order them again, but calling them “Zombie Bites” when there’s nothing that special about them is a miss.
The Undead Fries were similar to the meltie in that the cheese dipping sauce had the same type of “bite” if you will. The heat built a little after although to be fair, my mouth was already pretty affected by the meltie so I had to take my roommate’s word for it!
The cooks were great. When they noticed us reading the sign they presented us with what the food looked like so we could make an “informed” decision. They were also pretty fast for food truck standards. It took about 5 minutes and they brought the food to you.
Would I order from Undead Frank’s Zombie Bites Food Truck again? Yeah. If it was there, I wouldn’t have a problem eating it again, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to track the truck down.
Undead Frank’s Zombie Bites Food Truck
D.B.A Donny Dirk’s Zombie Den
2027 North Second Street
Minneapolis, MN 55411