The brainchild of a French-trained chef (and his rakish crew of Michigan engineering buddies) eager to recreate the authentic street fare he loved as a kid in China, Fugu's an Asian mobile kitchen named for that pufferfish that can kill you, which is considered a delicacy, despite the fact that it literally translates to "river pig". Hands down the future winner of Boston's most awesome-looking food truck award. Keep your eyes peeled for the colorful cartoon drawing of the aforementioned fugu. This is the menu board. It'll rotate every two weeks or so. So, do you? DO YOU!?!?! If you answered "yes", then... ... please step forward and tell Bing and Tim about the "river pig thing" as you place your order. Kick things off with their signature double-braised pork belly buns topped with bean spread and served steamed or grilled alongside sliced pickles. Then move on to this panini stuffed full of kimchi, cheese, and thinly sliced bulgogi. Or perhaps you'd prefer fresh noodles tossed in sesame or peanut sauce and topped with minced pork. So, apparently, in Asian culture, forks and knives and spoons are omitted, and people use these cho--wait, what? People already know about this?!?! Finally, top off your meal with a cup of coconut-milk rice pudding topped with lemon zest and "honey-poached" mango, and forever be known as "that pig who lives by the Charles River".