A Mexican food truck has arrived in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
Jimmy Sanchez of Warfordsburg, Pennsylvania has been selling Mexican food from his yellow food truck — Santiago’s New Mexican Foods.
The truck is parked across from the Morgan County Courthouse behind the BB&T Bank on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (if the truck is not at an event) from 10 am to 5 pm.
“We serve strictly Mexican food — food that we were raised on, food that we have cooked all of our lives and still eat today,” Sanchez said. “Home cooked and healthy food.”
On the menu for breakfast — breakfast burrito and huevos rancheros.
For lunch and dinner — all kinds of tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and frito pies — fritos, beans, ground beef, cheese, red chile. (All items can be made either with meat — steak, chicken, shredded beef — or vegetarian.)
For dessert — a Mexican favorite — sopapilla — puffy fried bread plain or with honey.
Sanchez has been bringing his truck to Berkeley Springs for three weeks now and he says business “is getting better all the time.”
Sanchez says he’s hoping to move around the county.
He says he has an appointment to be at Gat Creek for lunch — where upward of 150 workers are out for an early lunch looking to grab a quick bite to eat.
Sanchez started his business in Warfordsburg, Pennsylvania.
But he searched the area between Bedford, Pennsylvania and Winchester, Virginia and picked Berkeley Springs because of the traffic. He still takes his truck to Warfordsburg on Fridays.