The story of Home Fries
Our little caravan spent it's youth touring the county lanes in search of summer sun. In it's new life as a food truck we're pretty much doing the same. The Sprite was one of the first mass produced caravans and were well designed to fit in everything a small family needed for a summer of fun.
Make & Model
Sprite 400 Caravan.
Some of our dishes have a Spanish influence, but our main product is potatoes, so we feel that qualifies us as being Irish cuisine. We pan fry our baby potatoes to delicious crisp perfection, season and serve them with your choice of toppings.
Our customers are the ones having the most craic at a festival. They'll come up at night and have a joke with us, walk away happily eating their Home Fries and be back again the next morning to tell us all about their night of adventures. In return we'll fix their sore heads with our delicious breakfasts.
We try to be as self sufficient as possible, to help things run smoothly for the event organisers. We do bring our own water supply. At private events we prefer to hook up to a mains power supply to cut out on noisy generators.
Patatas Bravas. It was one of the first dishes on our menu and it's still very popular with our regulars. It's a warming home made sauce with hints of paprika and spice. The combination of our golden Home Fries, the picante tomato sauce and the creamy garlic mayo is always a winner.
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We love being at festivals. The range and quality of Irish festivals has come on in a huge way in the last number of years. With smaller independent festivals like Spirit of Folk, Vantastival and Knockanstockan at one end of the scale and the larger but just as much fun festivals like Body&Soul an Electric Picnic at the other.