The settings for Chinese food dining always suck, whether it's eating in a dirty, tacky spot filled with cheap furniture from the '70s, or actually going to a Chinese restaurant. Now you can chomp General Tso's amidst the beauty of the great outdoors, thanks to Bambú Mobile Chinese.
Started by two former Kansas City-ans who borrowed a friend's restaurant's recipes and bolted to Mile High, Bambú is an eco-friendly, chicken-focused, colorfully tagged food truck serving up free-range, hand-breaded birds and local veggies in eight takeout styles, aka what you want to do whenever that annoying kid in Teen Wolf gets screen time. Order a combo and you'll choose your rice (fried with egg, steamed white, organic brown), one side (crab rangoon, spring roll, edamame), and a style of chicken, which includes the ever-gorgeable General Tso's, and a cashew varietal made with oyster sauce, and deep-fried "Springfield Style", just like Otto. Other styles run from their signature Bambú with sweet teriyaki sauce and seasonal mixed veggies, to a Hot version with spicy soy sauce and peanuts/yellow onions/red peppers, to "tangy citrus soy" Orange with a "spicy kick" and orange slices on the side, also how fat kids pass the time during their soccer games.
If you're in the mood for something sweet, there's a hand-rolled dessert spring roll with bananas, chocolate sauce, and cashews -- more than enough delicious calories to ensure that your stomach mimics your lifestyle in having gross pad-ing.