Roxy’s Grilled Cheese reigns as the big name in the Boston food truck circuit—even those who don’t regularly visit food trucks are familiar with the Roxy logo featuring a modern emo-esk Wendy mischievously peeking out from behind her grilled cheese.
I decided to stick with ordering the standard grilled cheese, although Roxy’s offers a number of tasty upgrades such as the Green Muenster Melt, featuring muenster cheese, guacamole, and bacon, or the Mighty Rib Melt, loaded with braised ribs, caramelized onions, and fontina cheese.
Due to immense food truck fame, you’re bound to encounter a line at Roxy’s. Although I had to wait a bit for my grilled cheese, the folks at Roxy’s were friendly and the grilled cheese didn’t disappoint.
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese Review
The sandwich itself was all you can hope for in a grilled cheese – sharp cheddar cheese that leaves a bite on your tongue, toasty grilled bread moist with the right touch of grease, and thick slices of tomato. While I didn’t get a chance to try the truffle fries, I hear those are pretty delicious as well.
I recommend adding a dollop of sriracha sauce to up the spice level a bit. I’m no hot sauce lover, but the sriracha really gave the grilled cheese just the kick it needed.
A basic grilled cheese will set you back $5, which is fair enough.
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese gets 4 out of 5 forks
Roxy’s serves up tried and true tastes of home that will satisfy anyone’s urge for cheesy delight.
Have you visited Roxy’s Grilled Cheese truck? What do you think?