“Chik chak” is a Hebrew term that means “quickly” or “pronto.” That’s the idea behind the ChikChak food truck: to provide fast, convenient food, but without compromising flavor and quality.
For over three years, ChikChak has been offering authentic Middle Eastern cuisine, bringing flavors from countries such as Israel, Iraq, Yemen and the nations of Northern Africa. ChikChak’s menu includes favorites such as falafel, shawarma and kebabs, as well as salads, appetizers, and even burgers and hot dogs. All of ChikChak’s salads and sauces are freshly prepared daily and they carefully select high-quality Kosher ingredients for all of their dishes.
“We like to provide an authentic experience for people here in Boston to try some of our favorite foods from world cuisine,” said chef and owner Ari Kendall.
The ChickChak food truck has weekly set spots around Boston. They also offer catering services for crowds of any size.
Ready to get your falafel fix? You can track the ChikChak food truck’s locations here.