Food & Drink

MSP's first breakfast truck! Also: kabobs.

Kabomelette food truck in the Twin Cities
Drew Wood

Before you run into the streets ravenously searching for MSP's first breakfast truck, there're two things you need to know: 1) it's not actually a truck, but a red trailer, 2) kabobs are also involved, and 3) don't ever run into the street, that's dangerous. So, three things.

Kabomelette food truck in the Twin Cities
Drew Wood

It would be very rude of you to assume that they got a trailer instead of a truck because it was cheaper. True, but rude to assume.

Jamaican jerk chicken kabob at Kabomelette in Minneapolis.
Drew Wood

Starting with that first part of the name, this Jamaican jerk chicken is only $4, despite being pretty darn massive for a kabob.

BBQ chicken kabob at Kabomelette in Minneapolis.
Drew Wood

Some people want their kabobs kabob-less, like this BBQ chicken w/ a side of taters.

Caprese kabob at Kabomelette in Minneapolis
Drew Wood

And some people prefer their kabobs meat-less, like this very legit Caprese kabob slathered in homemade pesto.

Pico de gallo omelette at Kabomelette truck in Minnneapolis.
Drew Wood

And now, for breakfast: this guy's stuffed with pico de gallo and bacon, while others get stuff like chorizo and broccoli.

Kabom Hash at Kabomelette truck in Minneapolis
Drew Wood

And you better believe that since they've got kabobs and omelettes, they've smashed the two together (somewhere other than in their name) with the Kabom Hash, which's got all the elements of a kabob (peppers, onions, zucchini) mixed with a potato/bacon hash and topped with a fried egg and cheese. It's like breakfast (and dinner) for dinner.