Jock Zonfrillo’s food truck is all about simple dishes, just like his nonna used to make. The Scottish-born chef is one part Italian and his nonna, Generosa Mallozzi, lived in the small fishing village of Scauri.
The food comes from the large blue van parked between a barber shop and the small bar Chihuahua. Expect pork, spinach and black pepper, or eggplant parmigiana in a panini.
There are also two pasta dishes with various sauces (including bolognaise or napoli, naturally) made with fresh, high-quality ingredients; hot chips with parmigiano sauce, and a breakfast menu including deep-fried zeppole, truck-made croissants and panini with mozzarella, pancetta and napoli sauce. The menu reflects the basic dishes Zonfrillo likes to eat when he’s on the run.