Trying new cuisines is a great way to explore and appreciate different cultures. Are you excited about enjoying the taste of Asian culture? Try the new Vietnamese food options at Di Da Food Truck!
Di Da Food Truck is a family-owned business serving authentic Vietnamese cuisine. It brings together the unique flavors of two different coastal cities in Vietnam – Phan Thiet and Da Nang. It’s located at 500 E Heinberg St, Pensacola, FL, just outside Gulf Coast Brewery- a location that locals will recognize as the former spot of “Jerry’s Bistreuax Food Truck” (Jerry’s will be moving into a new, physical location soon!) Di Da JUST opened late February, and is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, and on Sundays from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Whether you’re looking for snacks or a meal, Di Da has something for you.
Lunch & Dinner options include:
Bánh Mì (Vietnamese Sandwich)
Roaster Pork w/ White Rice
Grilled Pork Chop w/ White Rice
Sauteed Chicken with White Rice
You may also upgrade your serving of white rice to stir-fry noodles.
Fried Sesame Balls
Di Da Food Truck has the usual canned soda and bottled water, however, you should make sure to try their signature drinks – Vietnamese soy milk, coconut water, and Vietnamese coffee.
My Order of Stir-Fried Noodles with Roasted-Red Pork
When I went to check out the new food truck that took the place of Jerry’s, I never thought I’d stumble on something uniquely delicious that day! I’ve always known Gulf Coast Brewery as the go-to place for craft beer and cigars, however, I was definitely in for a surprise when I saw Di Da Food Truck just outside the brewery. Of course, I checked it out, tried the food, and fell in love with it.
I ordered a serving of stir-fried noodles with red-roasted pork, as well as some spring rolls. I have zero complaints! The noodle is made from rice, and it’s mixed with fresh vegetables such as carrots, celery, and chicken. Plus, I also ordered pork, which makes for a very appetizing addition. Mixed salad greens, including tomato and cucumber slices, are also served on the side along with fish sauce with sesame oil on a separate small container. The other items on their menu are worth coming back! The serving is incredibly generous, by the way, which is an added bonus!
For more information for a full menu, please check on Di Da Food Truck’s website.