New food truck in White Center: Sarap Café
Story and photo by Deanie Schwarz
Reporting for White Center Now
“Sarap” is Tagalog (the national language of the Philippines) for delicious! Formerly located at Pratt Fine Arts in the Central District of Seattle, Sarap Café partners Vic Arao and Vilma Vere are now serving a few Filipino favorites including sotanghon – a chicken noodle soup – and lumpia.
“But we are in America, so we want to serve other things too,” says Vilma. They offer milk shakes, hot dogs, and a variety of cold-cut-meats sandwiches and nachos. A sandwich platter is available for catering.
The truck opened this week and is permanently stationed in the Chevron gas station at 16th SW and 100th SW. It’s open 11 am-6 pm Mondays-Saturdays, (253) 709-2429.
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January 15th, 2012 at 4:20 am
I no longer see the sign for the Sarap Cafe up at the Chevron – does anyone know what’s happened to them…? I never got a chance to try them out :(