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In the overcrowded Los Angeles food truck market, Wicked Kitchen(TM) emerged as one of the most sought after mobile culinary experiences. L.A. foodies began craving their unapologetically bold fare like "Delhi-licous" Chicken Tikka Masala and "Curry in a Hurry" Coconut Chicken Curry.
Now, Nashville welcomes its very own Wicked Kitchen to the streets of Music City — but that's not all.
In addition to a roving food truck, Nashville will also be the first city to offer Wicked Kitchen foods in grocery stores, solving one of the ‘problems' that food trucks and their following face: they can only be in one place at a time. Located in the frozen food aisle, Wicked Kitchen fare offers the food truck experience and the convenience of eating at home. If you're looking for boldly-flavored ethnic, regional and comfort street foods without the hassle, this is your ticket.
"Wicked Kitchen is an incredible taste experience," says Head Chef Justin Campbell. "Take our Tres Queso Street Enchiladas, corn tortillas smothered in a bold guajillo chile sauce, cheddar, and queso fresco and set on a bed of rice — like you'd find on the streets of Mexico City."