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Lonely Planet guide lists Galway food truck as some of the world’s best street food

The award winning Misunderstood Heron food truck in Leenaun keeps rolling to new heights, being named for having some of the best street food in the world in a new Lonely Planet guide.

The prestigious travel guide gave Misunderstood Heron top billing in a new book covering mouth watering street food recipes from “the most exciting chefs on four wheels” the world over.

Misunderstood Heron was the only Irish entry to make it into ‘Around the World in 80 Food Truck’s’ published by Lonely Planet this week.

They were also the top entry by Lonely Planet on a list of Ten of the Best Food Trucks in the world

This book lists the best street food recipes to be found on six continents that go above an beyond just your usual takeaway fare.

Husband and wife Reinaldo Seco and Kim Young serve amazing fresh, local food with a local focus such as mussels picked right from Killary Harbour and Connemara lamb from a farm just up the road.

They made it into this street food bible for the Spicy Killary Lamb Samosas that were inspired by their travels around India.

On Facebook Kim and Reinaldo said they were “over the truckin’ moon” to make the list and promised good things for food lovers in the 2019 season.

Part of the incredible experience of eating at Misunderstood Heron is the beautiful vista, sit at the charming picnic tables and take in the view of Killary fjord, safe in the knowledge you’re chowing down on world class grub.


photo: Misunderstood Heron/Facebook

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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